Marie Londonbridge's New Book 'Milton the Burl' Follows the Story of a Tree Growth Named Milton and How He is Transformed From Raw Wood Into Furniture

Fulton Books author Marie Londonbridge, a proud mother and entrepreneur who hails from a long line of farmers, has completed her most recent book "Milton the Burl": a fascinating look at how tree growths known as burls are harvested and turned into useful objects like furniture.

"Over 150 years ago, a small tree began to grow into something that lives on for generations," writes Londonbridge. "This book can be enjoyed by all ages, especially children and also artists, arborists, nature lovers, agriculturists, woodworkers, sawmill workers, craftsmen, or anyone who would like to read a story based on a real tree and its process of turning its burl into something extraordinary.

"Trees have many different characteristics. You probably have seen many trees with all kinds of shapes of leaves and color and bark of all sizes, big and tall. They can also be identified by smell. But have you ever seen a tree with a burl?

"Do you know how a tree becomes furniture or a work of art? If you are interested in finding out how Milton the Tree Burl became a lasting friend to those who knew Milton the Burl when he was a different tree among many, turn the pages and see for yourself. This book is an example of how being something different can become a lasting enjoyment for many generations to come."

Published by Fulton Books, Marie Londonbridge's book will educate young readers how things from nature are harvested and turned into exciting everyday objects or pieces of art through vibrant illustrations and a detailed step-by-step guide on the process.

Readers who wish to experience this captivating work can purchase "Milton the Burl" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books