The diary of an oak Tree is brought to life by its bookmark. Using a giant diary containing stunning illustrations, the children trace the journey of the oak tree, on a huge map. We follow Oakie the oak tree to visit his relatives in the rainforest, but the chopper is also hot on the trail.
The world’s oceans are crossed by plane and boat, and colourful characters met in luxury hotels. Our guide to the diary, the larger than life Bookmark, then introduces us to some of the animals and trees to be found in the rainforest and explains how their habitat is being destroyed. Participants, picked from the audience, name and spell the animals they discover during the exploration of the forest. The story has a comical beginning and a serious conclusion and is suitable for 5 to 9 year olds.
This show is ideal for geography topics as it follows an oak tree on a journey around the world and identifying rainforest animals. Many schools enjoy using this for environmental conservation topics as it shows the importance of preserving the rainforest and the dangers for all if we continue to deforest.