The idea of this book took root about fifty years ago. A 6-year old boy, taking a walk with his father in a city park, called out, qDaddy, look in this hole. There is an acorn and a pinecone. They must be friends, q AND THEY ARE! IN: THE ADVENTURES OF ACORN AND PINECONE. These stories, told to dozens of qlittle people, q since then, give human names to many creatures, both above and below ground. Some of them are: Mrs. Fruitsnips, Father Corn, Tessy Termite, Roly Poly and Mayor Catalpa. Each story carries an imbedded moral and/or ethical value. It is humorous, serious and wonderfully illustrated, and a complete fantasy from the mind of the author who is now 87 and the father of that little boy.In some places, men called aquot;whip snappers, aquot; stood up on high platforms, and would make a LOUD popping sound with their long ... Many other P.O.C.a#39;s put owl puppets on poles in their fields, and others put strings of metal ribbons and balloons in their fields to try ... First, they asked BONNIE BEE to pick out several fields 45.
|Title||:||The Adventures of Acorn and Pinecone|
|Author||:||John Russell Rider Ph. D., John Russell Rider|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2010-11|