From the tree tops of Lookout Woods to the shores of Pine Island, kids love this delightful and read-aloud storybook.
The acorns are missing! Where could they be?
Get ready to join Tweet D and Krissy the Squirrel as they follow the clues to find the missing acorns. “They were there, now they’re gone. It’s all quite peculiar, so the search is now on!” Someone took Krissy’s acorns without asking. With the help of Ashley the Quail and Ryan the Robin, the mystery of the missing acorns is told in vibrant detail with lyrical story-telling and interactive illustrations that capture the imagination. You’re in for wonderful surprises as all of Tweet D’s forest friends come to life with the turn of each page. The journey highlights the value of friendship, the importance of telling the truth, and how to resolve differences with respect and care.
The Adventures of Tweet D series is designed to help young children better understand their own feelings, develop positive ways to manage conflict, have an open heart about differences, and discover respectful behaviors they can apply along the journey of life. The Search for the Lost Acorns is a story of friendship, forgiveness, and making things right again. The book is for children at the age of 3 and older – and for those storytellers who are forever young at heart.
Tweet D is a lovable penguin with an accepting and honest spirit who is easily inspired to help others. He is the bestest friend a friend could have. Thoughtful and insightful, he is always willing to help his friends and try his best. He is content in the world he lives, but loves fantastical adventures! He brings peace and calm to situations where turmoil or conflict may exist. His cheerfulness and compassion help resolve disagreements or misunderstandings between other forest friends.
The Adventures of Tweet D was inspired by a life lived learning. Our team came together, who share a passion for children, great story-telling, and experiential education.
“There’s nothing like it. A witty and adorable read with my son.”
“My daughters want me to read it over and over. They love all the animals in the forest. They make it so much fun.”
“From the beginning to the last drop of tea, each page is a delight!”