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Spanish: La Piña
By Kathleen W. Redman
Some trees have leaves for only part of the year. Their leaves turn red, yellow, orange, and gold in the fall. Their leaves turn brown and fall off in the winter.
Some trees have needles. Their needles do not change color in the fall. Their needles do not turn brown and fall off in the winter. They stay green all year.
Some trees have fruit you can eat. Apple trees and pear trees have fruit you can eat. Some trees have fruit you do not want to eat. Pine trees have fruit you do not want to eat. Their fruit is called a pinecone.Paragraphs 4 to 9:
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