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by Ron Jones

eBook The Acorn People ePub
Author: Ron Jones
Language: English
ISBN: 0553141880
ISBN13: 978-0553141887
Publisher: Bantam; Signed By Author edition (1980)
Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 352
Formats: lit azw rtf mbr
ePub file: 1185 kb
Fb2 file: 1786 kb

Even though he knows the camp is for disabled children, Ron Jones anticipates sunny days of hiking, swimming, and boating as a counselor at Camp Wiggin.

Even though he knows the camp is for disabled children, Ron Jones anticipates sunny days of hiking, swimming, and boating as a counselor at Camp Wiggin. But he arrives and realizes how severely disabled the children are, it seems too much to bear. Until he meets his campers—The Acorn People. A group of kids who teach him that, inside, they are are the same as any average kid, and with encouragement, determination, and friendship, nothing is impossible. A fantastic and beautiful story.

The Acorn People book. The Acorn People is written by Ron Jones and is about a camp counselor and a group of handicapped boys having adventures in Camp Wiggin. The group consists of the speedster Benny B, the talkative Spider, the quiet and mysterious Thomas Stewart, the shy but ruddy Arid, and the blind but navigating Martin. These boys and reluctant-at-first counselor Ron climb mountains and become kings and pirates and have fun in the camp (and get help from one camp nurse).

His books The Acorn People and B-Ball have also been made into TV dramas. Jones has spent the past 30 years working with people with mental disabilities and has written a number of books. He lives in the Haight Ashbury of San Francisco, with his wife Deanna. Jones lives in San Francisco, California where he regularly performs as a storyteller.

Books for People with Print Disabilities. National Federation of the Blind.

The Acorn People is a non-fiction book for middle grade readers first published in 1976. It is a memoir by author, educator and storyteller Ron Jones about a summer he spent at a camp for disabled children. It was adapted for television in 1981. Ron Jones looks forward to his summer at Camp Wiggin, where he will work as a camp counselor.

Lincoln Journal) From Ron Jones, a teacher who started the classroom program that inspired the movie The . But everything changes once Ron gets to know his group-kids who call themselves the Acorn People because of the acorn necklaces they wear around their necks.

Lincoln Journal) From Ron Jones, a teacher who started the classroom program that inspired the movie The Wave, comes a memoir about a life-changing summer. Ron expected that his time as a counselor at Camp Wiggin would be filled with sunny days spent hiking, swimming, and boating. But when he arrives on day one, his illusions are quickly shattered. The campers teach him that, inside, they are the same as any average kid, and with encouragement, determination, and friendship, nothing is impossible.

Writing so-so but loved the message of the book. com User, December 4, 2005. I was appalled to read some of the ignorance in the reveiws of this book about someones experience. I think he captured the spirit and importance for camps for people with special needs. THe point of the camp wasn't trying to "make' these kids be normal at camp the point was they were haveing a great summer despite their challenges.

The Acorn People Reflection Essay Growing up I’ve had the opportunity to see the lifestyle of children with special .

The Acorn People Reflection Essay Growing up I’ve had the opportunity to see the lifestyle of children with special needs, but reading The Acorn People. Not only that, but this book showed me how strong these children truly are. Reading about Ron Jones and his journey with his campers at Camp Wiggin warmed my heart and I’ll probably never think of these children as I did before. Reading this book showed me the perspective that people without disabilities have about people who do, and it broadened my outlook on the word disability.

acorn people and they were also known by that name through the entire camp. Resources: Just the book (The Acorn People). Don't use plagiarized sources. And as for Ron and his friend Dominic Cavelli who was a counselor there too learned many things from their first time experience working with handicaps.

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Malahelm
This has got to be one of the best books ever written. It is short and out of print, but it has so much to say about ability and disability, real caring, what love is all about and the strength of the human spirit. I recommend this book to everyone and have bought copies as gifts. It is a treasure you will never forget.
Iraraeal
Exposes student to real world challenges of people with special needs. Draws reader into intersecting points of similarity between special needs and those born without.
Morlurne
ok
Voodoosida
This book was required reading for a class, and would probably pass it up due to the subject material. With that being said, I found myself smiling a few times, and eventually cheering for the main character. I read it under two hours, so I would say it's an easy read. Definitely a, "feel-good" story. Pretty predictable, with funny moments, as well as some heart-tugging tones.
Blackworm
I worked at this camp. The book if so good. Brings back wonderful times, I still gave a love for the camp
Querlaca
Great book for 9th graders
Deeroman
I love the characters in this book and the feeling of triumph you share with them as they conquer their fears and challenges.
Good read
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