Louise Hill Moore is a native of Knoxville, Tennessee where she lives with her husband David. She began to write children's books years ago while volunteering at a local school. She has written more than a dozen books to date. In 2012, she felt it was time to start publishing some of her books. It was a tough decision, but she decided to start with the book "I Am a Tree". Broadening a child's perspective about the world around them and giving them a positive foundation for learning is the reason for her writing.
Louise believes that reading is a part of life that should be started early and that it can stimulate a child's mind in a positive and creative way. She has a unique ability to expand a child's imagination through entertaining them with her stories.
Photos from the Farragut Book Fest for Childrenat Campbell Station Park in Knoxville, TN.
This whimsical children’s story follows the life of a tree, starting off with him as a small sapling living in a forest. The tree shares the things he saw as a younger, smaller tree, including the animals that play around him and what it was like to live in that forest. As he grows, he gets to experience different seasons and settings as the environment he lives in slowly transforms into a city. Over the course of “I Am a Tree,” the tree grows to be over 100 years old. As a tall tree with big, strong limbs, he shares his story and experiences with pride.
Member of the Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators and the Knoxville Writers Guild