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In A Nutshell

by Joseph Anthony

Other authors: Cris Arbo (Illustrator)

Series: Sharing Nature With Children Book

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An acorn grows into a mighty oak, helps sustain other life, and eventually dies and continues to give life to others.
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discusses the different stages and uses of trees and seeds. how they can be used to help people and the environment.
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