A colorful storybook about an acorn that wanted to grow to be a big oak tree. This book could be used in preschool and elementary science classes. Story by Christa Kauble. Illustrations by Mary Jo Tannehill. Illustrations are copyrighted.
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Audience: This is a great storybook to read to pre-school and elementary school children in the classroom, library, or at home.
Keywords: Oak Tree, Trees, Forestry, Children’s books, learning, education, early childhood education, nature, earth science
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- Kauble, ChristaTannehill, Mary Jo
- 2008: 24 p.; ill.
- Key Phrases:
- Oak TreesAcornsForests and ForestryTreesChildrens BooksTeaching MaterialsSquirrelsNature Conservation
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- 0.3125 lb.
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