In this delightful exploration of the seasons in nature, an oak tree and its animal inhabitants change and grow over the course of a year — just like their human neighbors!
A large oak tree stands near an empty house. Like the house, it provides shelter and a place to raise a family. From its branches to its roots, six animals share the tree as a home. We follow the tree and the animals — a raccoon, opossum, acorn weevil, gray squirrel, blue jay, chipmunk — through the four seasons. Meanwhile, in the illustrations, we watch as a human family moves into the empty house, grows and adapts over time.
Trees and animals — including humans! — follow life cycles across the seasons. Kids will love exploring nature’s parallel lives.
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