Provides a colorful story book about an acorn that wanted to grow to be a big oak tree. 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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The Little Acorn. by Christa Kauble. U.S. Soil Conservation Svc. 2008. 24p. ullus. SuDoc # A 57.2:AC 7. GPO Stock # 001-001-00687-4
"This labor of love by USDA staff members conveys the seasonal cycle of tree growth, the importance of trees in soil conservation, water purification, and benefits to wildlife, as seen by one of the forest's inhabitants. It is suitable for preschool and early elementary school students."