Treemendous: Diary of a Not Yet Mighty Oak

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A small acorn drops from a big oak tree. It waits to sprout and grow tall. Read about the journey of a tiny acorn to a mighty oak. In the story, I liked when the acorn said the walnuts in the forest are a bit nutty, the florals have a certain buzz to them, and the pines go overboard with Christmas decorations. I also liked when the acorn said she has an average family of ten thousand oak trees. I thought it was funny when she called her brothers and sisters her “twigmates,” and when she thought a squirrel was playing hide-and-seek but it was actually trying to eat her. I loved it mostly because it’s educational, but also because it is funny and cute. The book includes lots of facts about oak trees and lists other books and websites for you to check out. I recommend this book to people who love nature. If you want to read an educational book about oak trees then this is the book for you.

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Author Bridget Heos
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 40 pages
Publisher Crown Books for Young Readers
Publish Date 2021-Mar-09
ISBN 9780525579366
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Issue March 2021
Category Children's


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