I think the book is based on a great premise, it’s full of information although I don’t think it is aptly titled. About 2/3rds of the book is focused on insects, the authors background. I appreciated the information but had the expectation that a wider range of ecological features of oak trees would be discussed in a little more detail, taking place of some of the insect content.
So much of interest in this book for the casual observer or nature, woodlands, and even your own subdivision ...wherever trees and squirrels and birds live. Thank you for making this broad overview accessible to all lovers of nature, even those who haven't studied biology. Toward the end, the content became quite detailed, so to better appreciate it, I listened in intervals of 20 minutes or so