Published August 1, 1984
by Bantam .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Format||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||79|
"[The Acorn People] will give your innards a bear hugYou will read this book with a lump in your throat.”-Lincoln Journal “A fantastic and beautiful story.”—Seattle Times “Uncomfortably moving, yet told in surprisingly unsentimental terms/5(46). About The Acorn People. This true story of a boy who must overcome prejudice and weakness to treat a group of special needs children with the respect—and love—they deserve “will give your innards a bear hug You will read this book with a lump in your throat.”. The Acorn People by Ron Jones is a small and simple book that manages to give an enormous emotional impact to those who read it. This is done by showing us some of the struggles that people who have special needs face compared to someone who doesnt have special needs, and how they enjoy their life despite their needs/5. "[The Acorn People] will give your innards a bear hugYou will read this book with a lump in your throat.”-Lincoln Journal“A fantastic and beautiful story.”—Seattle Times “Uncomfortably moving, yet told in surprisingly unsentimental termsCited by: 8.
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