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Woody Acorn

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Pages: 48

Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Publisher: Date:8/31/2012 - America Star Books

By: Marilyn Clauson, Lana Drake

Woody Acorn is the story of a restless little acorn who yearns to be more than he is. The parent oak tree tells Woody that he has the potential within him to become something great. He must wait until the time is right. Having patience is difficult for Woody. When he loses hope of ever changing, a dramatic fall from the top of the tree sets the stage for the unfolding of his destiny. The story is told in both narrative and verse. Woody Acorn began one summer day when Clauson picked up an acorn from the ground beneath her favorite oak tree. She was fascinated that something so small could become such a huge and mighty tree. She began to imagine what it would be like to observe the world as a tiny acorn high in the top of the tree. Drake then decided to retell the story in a poetic version, "The Acorn. "  

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