Living Paintings

The Strong Little Tree

Written by Helen Peacock
Illustrated by Neil Reed

Suitable for: 5-7 years (Key stage 1)

Available braille grades: Grade 1, Grade 2

This pastoral tale follows the progress of the little oak tree from sapling to big oak. It tells of the forces of nature and the struggle to survive against all odds. Told through lyrical prose and beautiful watercolour illustrations.

Listen to an audio clip

Hello, my name is Rachel.
This book is about an oak tree which starts life as a tiny Acorn and survives lots of problems to grow into a strong tree. The cover of the book shows the little tree being shaken by the wind on a stormy day. The sky is dark with scattered clouds lit up by the setting Sun.
Turn over the page to find your first feely picture. In the top left is an acorn. This is the seed of an oak tree. it is pointing downwards with the bumpy cup at the top. There's a short stalk above the cup. Now, move over to feel the acorn in the top right corner of the feely picture. It's split open and a curved chute has grown out of the top and a root out of the bottom

What's inside

  • A picture book with braille pages and raised tactile images.
  • Audio descriptions with music and sound effects in your chosen format of either CD or USB.
  • An ‘Articles for the Blind’ returns label for the free and convenient return of the box.

Touch to see image list

Oak Tree
Squirrel
Jay

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