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One Acorn's Journey, The Legend of the Angel Oak

One Acorn's Journey, The Legend of the Angel Oak
One Acorn's Journey, The Legend of the Angel Oak
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16
Pages: 
29
Average: 4 (2 votes)
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On Johns Island, South Caroina stands the oldest live oak tree in North America. "One Acorn's Journey" is a legend of how this tree came to be. An acorn found on the beach by a Kiawah Indian woman is planted and grows to over 1400 years of age. This is the legend of the Angel Oak.

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After taking my two granddaughters to see this magnificent sight, I was inspired to write a story about how it came to be. This book contains historical information about the people who own the land on which Angel Oak stands as well as fiction which explains how this tree came to be. I hope you enjoy the book.

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Pages: 29
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 9780744319774
Categories: Educational, History
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: tree, conservation, preservation, eco-system, angel oak, kiawah, john's island, south carolina, native american
Date Added: September 26, 2011