Beirut: Librairie Antoine, 2018.
Hardcover. 10 3/4" X 8 3/4". 253pp. Wear to paper over boards with rubbing and bumps to covers, corners, and edges. Spots of paper are torn at bottom edge of front cover. Pages are clean and unmarked. Binding is sound.
ABOUT THIS BOOK:
I dedicate this book “If the Trees Could Talk” to those, people and institution, taking part or who will take part in saving these trees scarred by the actions of unscrupulous individuals and leaders. Perhaps one day, general conscience will awaken and people will hear the cries of distress from this nature overwhelmed by the variations in climate and especially from pollution and wrongdoings.
It is a tragedy. It is the end of fertile plains, blue sky, glorious mounts, crystal clear water sources and these trees that are the breath of life.
This work is a message addressed to all the men and all the women of the world, and in particular to those of my beautiful country so that, all together, they can work at last to save nature allowing it to find its former beauty and harmony again: therefore, we will transmit to future generations an air and a world filled with splendour and beauty, as it used to be.(Publisher). Good +. Item #11663