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A classic story introducing children to the art of gathering and eating acorns, by Suellen Ocean, the author of the popular book, "Acorns and Eat'em". Follow the adventures of "Acorn the Mouse" while he wanders into the home of "the lady" whom Acorn has caught stealing his acorns. She gathers, leaches and grinds the "stolen" acorns in a blender, infuriating the little mouse until he realizes what benefits he might retrieve. Children introduced early into the art of eating acorns will learn that nature provides ...

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The Acorn Mouse

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Overview

A classic story introducing children to the art of gathering and eating acorns, by Suellen Ocean, the author of the popular book, "Acorns and Eat'em". Follow the adventures of "Acorn the Mouse" while he wanders into the home of "the lady" whom Acorn has caught stealing his acorns. She gathers, leaches and grinds the "stolen" acorns in a blender, infuriating the little mouse until he realizes what benefits he might retrieve. Children introduced early into the art of eating acorns will learn that nature provides not only grocery store produce but wild foods from the forest.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044190566
  • Publisher: Suellen Ocean
  • Publication date: 11/29/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Age range: 5 - 13 Years
  • File size: 640 KB

Meet the Author

In 2002 Suellen Ocean and her husband Jon, rented a motorcycle in London and rode it for a week throughout the English countryside. It was on this first European vacation that she connected to her ancestral roots across the seas. She has since returned twice to Europe and the Middle East. Her non-fiction, "Secret Genealogy" is a companion to her novel, "The Lies of the Lion". Happily married for thirty years, she has two grown sons and three grandchildren.
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