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The Cycle of Life Explained to Children

A volunteer’s new book portrays the life cycle of all the works of nature

South Windsor, Connecticut – WEBWIRE
“Oscar the Oak Leaf” by Phyllis Oswald
“Oscar the Oak Leaf” by Phyllis Oswald

Many things in life come and go, and all things have a beginning and an end. The story of Oscar in Phyllis Oswald’s new children’s book, Oscar the Oak Leaf,” represents the many cycles of life that all works of nature go through.
As Oscar goes through each phase of his life, he provides different people with different benefits. He gives shade as a green leaf to families having picnics during sunny days, and enjoyment to children when his hues turn brown, as he and his leaf family are piled up during the cool days of fall. And above all, his story represents the delicate subject of death and restoration, which can help children understand these profound natural occurrences.
Phyllis dedicates this book to the Head Start teachers who are helping children learn basic knowledge and skills during childhood. In the Head Start Book Buddy Program, she and her husband always enjoy the reactions of the kids as they read fascinating stories aloud to them. Phyllis’ book was inspired by the oak tree leaves on their property, as she imagined how they feel as they change from one season to another.
You can grab a copy of “Oscar the Oak Leaf” at selected online bookstores.
Oscar the Oak Leaf
Written by Phyllis Oswald
Paperback | $8.27
Book copies are available at LitFire Publishing, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Phyllis Oswald is a volunteer; she reads with school children, drives neighbors to medical appointments, and does many other activities in their church. She and her husband, Dale, read with the Head Start Children in Windsor, Connecticut, about twice a month. They also ran the Book Buddy program for their church for 13 years. Phyllis was born and raised in Michigan, but is now in Connecticut, enjoying life with her family, working in her yard, baking, and taking close-up photos of beautiful flowers.

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 Oscar the Oak Leaf
 Phyllis Oswald
 Children’s book
 Family and Children
 Children’s Education

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