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Chai Pilgrimage

Luna & Me: The True Story of a Girl Who Lived in a Tree to Save a Forest

$20.00

Chai Pilgrimage

Luna & Me: The True Story of a Girl Who Lived in a Tree to Save a Forest

$20.00

Coming Soon

*If you would ALSO like Julia Butterfly Hill to sign your book, please select this option in the drop-down menu. Books will ship by mid-April.

This is a special, month-of-MARCH sale of the children's picture book Luna & Me: The True Story of a Girl Who Lived in a Tree to Save a Forest. All books will be personally signed by author/illustrator Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw with an option of signing also by Julia Butterfly Hill. Jenny Sue's "Tree House" art print is available with a book or separate. ALL profits will go to support Julia Butterfly Hill's medical expenses with Lyme Disease.

**For personalized author (and JBH) signing, please email Jenny at coloredsock@mac.com after placing your order, sharing who the book is for, their age, and something about the person. Books+prints will ship in beginning of April to mid-April. Shipping confirmation will be sent via email.

Julia Butterfly Hill lived in an ancient Redwood tree for two years (Dec 1997 – Dec 1999) in order to bring attention to the deforestation of the ancient redwoods. Her peaceful activism and dedication to serving our earth inspires me deeply. Her story teaches kids that anyone can make a difference.

Julia has spent the past 15 years as an inspirational speaker, activist, teacher, consultant, and supporter of hundreds of non profits around the world. Presently, she is on a healing journey with Lyme disease and needing support. 100% of the profits from Luna & Me books + the "Tree House" print sales on this site will be donated to Julia. AND it will share her story with even more children – our world's future caretakers. Thank you! I know Julia appreciates every ounce of love and support.

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*For the lifetime of Luna & Me, I will donate a portion of my book earnings to Sanctuary Forest, caretakers of the Luna Preserve. Luna still stands in Stafford, California as a beacon of hope for the ancient forests.

To learn more about Julia Butterfly Hill, go to her website www.JuliaButterfly.com