In 1775, a child planted an acorn, an oak tree. In the next two hundred years, generations of people have come and gone, but only the oak has been firmly standing still in the same spot for two hundred years, witnessing the great changes around. This creative picture book, from a unique perspective in the history, shows the changing of the seasons, to the changing of the centuries. In the span of two hundred years, the means of transportation, means of communication, energy use are in rapid development but at the same time some things seem to have not changed. Detail-rich drawings are like a set of time-lapse photography, each of which is a new era scene, to attract readers to carefully observe, to find the changes made by each century.
By Brian Callas, Hardcover, 40Pages, Simplified Chinese Character, 20"x24"