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Apples

BOOKS

NOTE: All call numbers are for the Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana
CALL # AUTHOR TITLE DATE
JE Amery, Heather Tractor in Trouble
Find the little yellow duck on each page as the tractor takes you through a day on an apple farm.
1995
JE APPLE A Apple Pie
Introduces the letters A to Z while following the fortunes of an apple pie.
2005
JE Asch, Frank Oats and Wild Apples
A calf and fawn meet and learn about each others' lives, but in the end prefer to be near their mothers.
1988
JE AWAS A Was an Apple Pie
The classic English nursery rhyme, with lighthearted illustrations by Etienne Delessert.
2005
JE BATTU Battut, Éric Little Mouse's Big Secret
Little Mouse refuses to reveal his secret despite being questioned by his friends.
2011
JE BERGE Berger, Samantha Apples
Reproduces paintings of apples, from one to ten, by various artists including René Magritte, Andy Warhol, Fernando Botero, and Paul Cézanne.
1998
JE BERRY Berry, Lynne Ducking for Apples
Five little ducks ride bicycles and gather apples to make a sweet treat.
2010
JE Bloom, Valerie Fruits: A Caribbean Counting Poem
This poem counts up to ten different kinds of Caribbean fruit, including guavas, jackfruit, and Otaheiti apples.
1996
JE Bosca, Francesca The Apple King
A selfish king keeps a beautiful apple tree and its wonderful fruit all to himself, until an invasion of worms teaches him a lesson about sharing.
2001
JE BRUNA Bruna, Dick The Apple
1963
JE Bruna, Dick The Happy Apple
An apple's wish to see the world is fulfilled when he goes flying with the weathervane cock.
1959
JE Bryant, Megan E. Mott's A Is for Apple: And All Things That Grow!
In the land of Mott's, A is always for apple! From ABC to XYZ this book follows along from tree to vine and underground to discover all things that grow.
2002
JE BUNTI Bunting, Eve One Green Apple
While on a school field trip to an orchard to make cider, a young immigrant named Farah gains self-confidence when the green apple she picks perfectly complements the other students' red apples.
2006
JE Butler, Stephen The Mouse and the Apple
Other animals come and go while Mouse waits patiently for a ripe apple to fall from a tree.
1994
JE Cheripko, Jan Brother Bartholomew and the Apple Grove
An ambitious monk learns a lesson in humility when he encounters Brother Bartholomew, the old monk who tends the apple grove.
2004
JE Cooke, Trish The Grandad Tree
The changing nature of their apple tree, as it grows and goes through the seasons, reminds Leigh and Vin of their grandfather, who is gone but lives on in their memories.
2000
JE CURIO Polvino, Lynne Apple Harvest
George helps with the harvest, and discovers that making cider can be even more exciting than picking apples.
2012
JE CURRY Curry, Nancy An Apple Is Red
Presents favorite fruits and shows how their appearance changes as you peel and eat them.
1967
JE Gibbons, Gail The Seasons of Arnold's Apple Tree
As the seasons pass, Arnold enjoys a variety of activities as a result of his apple tree. Includes a recipe for apple pie and a description of how an apple cider press works.
1984
JE Gorbachev, Valeri Where Is the Apple Pie?
A simple question leads to the description of a more and more outlandish situation, but never really gives an answer.
1999
JE HACHL Hachler, Bruno Hubert and the Apple Tree
Hubert loves the apple tree in his garden. Hubert grew up with the tree, climbing into its leafy branches to hide when he was a child, enjoying its luscious fruit for many years. And now they have grown old together. Then one night the tree is struck by l
2006
JE Harshman, Marc Red Are the Apples
Leads the reader through a bountiful garden in autumn while drawing particular attention to the variety of colors found within it.
2001
JE Hichtum, Nienke van The Apple Cake
1996
JE Hippely, Hilary Horder A Song for Lena
Lena's grandmother tells about the time when her mother in Hungary shared some freshly made strudel with a beggar who repaid her hospitality with a beautiful song. Includes a recipe for apple strudel.
1996
JE HOGRO Hogrogian, Nonny Apples
The apple peddler replenishes his cart from the trees that grow from the discarded cores of the apples he sells.
1972
JE HOLUB Holub, Joan Apple Countdown
Rhyming text describes a school field trip to an apple orchard, where the students count down all the things they see.
2009
JE Houghton, Eric The Crooked Apple Tree
1999
JE Hutchings, Amy Picking Apples and Pumpkins
Spend the day with Kristy, her family, and two best friends as they pick apples and pumpkins at Battleview Orchards.
1994
JE Hutchins, Pat Ten Red Apples
In rhyming verses, one animal after another neighs, moos, oinks, quacks and makes other appropriate sounds as each eats an apple from the farmer's tree.
2000
JE KLEVE Kleven, Elisa The Apple Doll
Through every season, Lizzy loves the apple tree outside her window. On her first day of school, she uses it to create a new friend to take along with her: Susanna, a doll with an apple for a head and twigs for its body. When children make fun of Susanna,
2007
JE Knudsen, Michelle Autumn Is for Apples
When the weather turns cool and crisp, a family visits an apple orchard and savors the crunchy sweetness of freshly picked apples.
2001
JE Kurtz, Shirley Applesauce
1992
JE Larranaga, Ana Martin Pepo and Lolo and the Red Apple
Pepo the pig and Lolo the chicken work together to obtain an apple from a branch too high for either of them to reach.
2004
JE Lerner, Harriet Goldhor What's So Terrible About Swallowing an Apple Seed?
When Rosie swallows an appleseed, her sister Katie tells her that an apple tree will grow out of her ears.
1996
JE LIPSO Lipson, Eden Ross Applesauce Season
In an urban setting, the story of how a family gets together to cook apples for applesauce. Includes a recipe for applesauce, to help you create your own traditions.
2009
JE Maccarone, Grace Oink! Moo! How Do You Do? A book of Animal Sounds
A group of familiar animals comes together to eat the newly harvested apples and corn until the farmer shoos them away.
1994
JE MARI Mari, Iela The Apple and the Moth
Illustrates without words how a worm becomes a moth.
1969
JE MCCLU McClure, Nikki Apple
Simple words and cut paper illustrations follow an apple as it falls from a tree, becomes part of a school girl's lunch, and is buried through the changing seasons until it sprouts anew.
2012
JE Miles, Betty A Day of Autumn
The sights and sounds of an autumn day include a V of blackbirds, crackling leaves, a yellow school bus, a juicy apple, blue sky, the scraping of raking leaves, and whistling winds.
1967
JE Miller, Virginia Ten Red Apples: A Bartholomew Bear Counting Book
Bartholomew and George, two bears, and Little Black Kitten enjoy the apple tree in the garden and count its shiny red apples.
2002
JE Miranda, Anne Pignic: An Alphabet Book in Rhyme
Pigs gather for their annual picnic beginning with Auntie Anne, who made apple pie and ending with Zak, who baked zucchini bread.
1996
JE Mosley, Francis The Clever Apple Pie
1986
JE MUELL Mueller, Janet A Star from Grandma
Michael's grandmother shares a secret gift--found inside an apple--when his baby brother is born.
2004
JE Nightingale, Sandy Cider Apples
At the magical moment between the old year and the new, a young girl and her grandmother enlist the aid of some fairies to save their apple trees.
1996
JE Nixon, Joan Lowery Beats Me, Claude
Exciting escapades follow Shirley's attempts to make an apple pie for Claude until one day an orphan boy makes a pie that wins him Claude's favor.
1988
JE NOBLE Noble, Trinka Hakes Apple Tree Christmas
In 1881, when their apple tree is felled by a storm just before Christmas, a young farm girl and her family discover that the tree was important to each of them for different reasons.
2005
JE Norling, Beth Sister Night & Sister Day
A retelling of the Grimm's fairy tale Mother Holle.
2000
JE PARIS Parish, Herman Amelia Bedelia's First Apple Pie
While visiting her grandparents, literal-minded Amelia Bedelia finally learns, despite some mishaps, how to bake an apple pie.
2010
JE Polette, Nancy The Hole By the Apple Tree: An A-Z Discovery Tale
Harold's imagination takes him on an adventurous romp through the alphabet with a number of familiar storybook characters.
1992
JE Priceman, Marjorie How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World
Since the market is closed, the reader is led around the world to gather the ingredients for making an apple pie.
1994
JE Purmell, Ann Apple Cider Making Days
Alex and Abigail join the whole family in processing and selling apples and apple cider at their grandfather's farm.
2002
JE RAY Ray, Jane The Apple-Pip Princess
With sumptuous artwork, Jane Ray tells an original fairy tale of a humble princess whose love for nature s beauty restores a kingdom. Once there was a kingdom full of laughter, happiness, trees, and birdsong. But when the queen dies, the land becomes quie
2008
JE Rickert, Janet Elizabeth Russ and the Apple Tree Surprise
After Russ, a five-year-old with Down syndrome, picks a basket of apples and helps his mother and grandmother make a pie, his grandfather invites him into the backyard for a surprise.
1999
JE Rockwell, Anne F. Apples and Pumpkins
In preparation for Halloween night, a family visits Mr. Comstock's farm to pick apples and pumpkins.
1989
JE ROSEN Rosenberry, Vera The Growing-Up Tree
The life of an apple tree, planted by Alfred's mother when he was a baby, parallels Alfred's life as he and his children and grandchildren grow older together.
2003
JE SCHEE Scheer, Julian Rain Makes Applesauce
1964
JE Scheffler, Ursel The Giant Apple
Everyone thinks the mischievous kitten is as useless as the sour green apples that grow in the garden.
1990
JE Schertle, Alice Down the Road
Follows an apple tree through the four seasons, detailing the yearly growth cycle and examining the ecosystem of the entire apple orchard.
1995
JE SHAPI Shapiro, Jody Fickes Up, Up, Up!: It's Apple Picking Time
Describes the history of and legends about the apple, its cultivation, the different varieties, and games, crafts, and recipes that include apples.
2003
JE Slawson, Michele Benoit Apple Picking Time
Eddie and his three-foot friend from the planet Martinea are back together for another summer of adventure.
1994
JE Tiffault, Benette W. Real Stuck, Way Up
Albert leads the third grade class on a memorable field trip to an apple farm, where they pick apples, watch apples being processed into apple juice, and eat apple pies.
1995
JE Tryon, Leslie Albert's Field Trip
The Clark family keeps busy through all four seasons at their apple orchard, pruning dead branches at the end of winter, carrying the beehives among the trees in May, propping up branches heavy with summer fruit, and harvesting the apples in the fall.
1993
JE TSENG Tseng, Kevin Ned's New Home
When Ned's apple begins to rot, he must search for a new house. A pear isn't quite right. A watermelon isn't perfect either. A pile of blueberries? All wrong! Will any other fruit make Ned feel at home again?
2009
JE Turner, Ann Warren Apple Valley Year
Many people know about Harriet Tubman's courage and daring, but few know about her love for apples, and the freedom they symbolized.
1993
JE Wallace, Nancy Elizabeth Apples, Apples, Apples
Describes what apples look like, how they grow, and what we use them for.
2000
JE Watson, Clyde Applebet: An ABC
Tom Fox goes to the Fair to bring back an apple pie for his family.
1982
JE Wellington, Monica Apple Farmer Annie
A young girl describes the life cycle of the apple and expresses her gratitude for this small but wonderful miracle of nature.
2001
JE Weninger, Brigitte Little Apple: A Book of Thanks
When Gran comes to visit, Polly wishes she would go home, until one night when Gran babysits.
2001
JE Weston, Martha Apple Juice Tea
1994
JE Wildsmith, Brian The Apple Bird
Tucker the Rabbit goes on a class trip to Farmer Sam's apple orchard.
1984
JE WINGE Winget, Susan Tucker's Apple-Dandy Day
A child explains the activities that take place at home on a working apple orchard.
2006
JE Zagwyn, Deborah Apple Batter
Illustrations and rhyming text present dozens--or half-dozens--of pigs, tulips, apples, eggs, socks, babies, and more. Includes related activities.
1999
JE ZIEFE Ziefert, Harriet One Red Apple
Follow the life cycle of an apple: from fruit growing on the tree to market, to picnic, to seed, to sapling and tree, and finally to a new apple. This simple, joyful book with radiant illustrations introduces readers to the amazing and delectable way the
2009
JER Fowler, Allan Apples of Your Eye
1994
JER HERMA Herman, Gail Scooby-doo! The Apple Thief
Somebody is emptying the apple baskets as fast as Scooby and the gang can fill them up. Looks like there is a mystery to solve.
2002
JER Johnston, Tony Big Red Apple
The wind blows an apple off a tree, a worm eats a tiny hole in it, a bird pecks at it, and a boy eats it, spitting out the seeds--from which an apple tree grows.
1999
JER KRELO Kreloff, Elliot Found an Apple
Found an apple, found an apple, found an apple last night...This variation on a popular novelty song will have kids (and their parents) singing a happy tune. Bright, cheerful pictures by Elliot Kreloff (Fish Wish, No More TV, Sleepy Cat) add to the fun.
2007
JER LAKIN Lakin, Patricia Max and Mo Go Apple Picking
Max and Mo, the class hamsters, have fun after the students return from picking apples. Includes instructions for making apple prints and a recipe for applesauce.
2007
JER LeSieg, Theo Ten Apples Up on Top
A lion, a dog, and a tiger balance apples on their heads.
1961
JER Parish, Peggy Granny and the Desperadoes
Granny catches two desperadoes with an apple pie.
1996
JER Pilkey, Dav A Friend for Dragon
Dragon becomes such close friends with an apple that he deeply mourns its loss and is overjoyed when more grow to take its place.
1991
JER Reese, Bob Crab Apple
Follow a crab apple as he runs into animals that think he is very crabby.
1979
JER Ruelle, Karen Gray Easy as Apple Pie: A Harry and Emily Adventure
Emily says "Yuck" whenever apples are mentioned, but when she and her older brother, Harry, sleep over at their grandparents' house, they all pick apples and make them into delicious pies.
2002
JER STEVE Stevens, Janie Dragon's Apple-Picking Day
Based on an original TV episode written by Steve Westren.
2012
JER Ziefert, Harriet A Dozen Dozens
Because both Rabbit and Hare insist on having the larger piece of mushroom, they lose the whole thing to a sly skunk but learn an important lesson in the process.
1998
JER Ziefert, Harriet Rabbit and Hare Divide an Apple
Apple-picking season is here! Let's grab a basket and head to the orchard. Whole or sliced, baked or juiced - everyone loves apples!
1998
Kit J641.34 Apples. Kits for Kids.
Explore the world of apples...how they grow, what to make with them, and some stories about Johnny Appleseed!
1998
KIT J634.11 GIBBO Gibbons, Gail Apples
Explains how apples were brought to America, how they grow, their traditional uses and cultural significance, and some of the varieties grown.
2011
S J634.11 PETER Peters, Elisa It's An Apple Tree! / Es un Manzano!
2009
S J636.11 BAUER Bauer, David My Apple Tree/Mi manzano
Describes an apple tree with simple text and photos--Spanish/English bilingual edition.
2006
J Agle, Nan Hayden Kate and the Apple Tree
Story of how a young girl and her community try to raise money to have an apple tree relocated, rather than felled to make room for a new highway.
1965
J Anderson, Ethel Todd High Apple on the Tree
1957
J Barrett, Judi An Apple a Day
After hiding an apple a day in his room for months, JEremy tries to get rid of them by eating them--but he hates apples!
1973
J Bolliger, Max The Golden Apple
Each animal feels the golden apple in the forest belongs to him but in the end none can get it.
1970
J Buff, Mary The Apple and the Arrow
Eleven-year-old Walter Tell awaits the skillful demonstration of his father William, a Swiss freedom fighter, who will shoot an apple from his head.
1951
J Carter, Angela The Donkey Prince
The donkey prince must overcome many obstacles to retrieve the magic apple that will restore him to human form.
1970
J DAVID David, Yvonne Out of the Apple Orchard
This engaging American tale, interwoven with historical details about the Catskills, captures the essence of the JEwish High Holidays. Includes a few recipes at the end.
2005
J COMICS-GRAPHICS JOHN-B Kochalka, James Johnny Boo and the Happy Apples
Terribly embarrassed by his own puny muscles, Johnny Boo sets out on a quest to find some happy apples that can give him strong happy muscles.
2009
J Halladay, Anne M. Apple Tree House
1957
J Hawkinson, John Where the Wild Apples Grow
A wild white horse and a little girl share apple trees in a valley.
1967
J Howard, Ellen The Cellar
Even though her brothers tease her about not being big enough to do any of the important jobs on the farm, Faith proves that she is brave enough to go down into the dark cellar for apples.
1991
J Hurlimann, Bettina William Tell and His Son
Relates the story of the Swiss farmer, William Tell, who, as punishment for his patriotic activities, was required to shoot an apple off his son's head.
1965
J Janosch Just One Apple
1966
J Keenen, George The Preposterous Week
Who would steal a river, a valley, and the shade of the old apple tree? No one knows but the man that finds them must be the smartest man in town.
1971
J PAPERBK KLEIN Klein, Abby Apple Orchard Race
Freddy's first grade class is visiting an apple orchard where they will pick apples and search for a special hidden apple. Will sneaky Max cheat his way to the $5 prize?
2010
J Lionni, Leo In the Rabbitgarden
Despite the old rabbit's warning, two young rabbits find a way to get apples from the apple tree without being caught by the fox.
1975
J Loof, Jan Who's Got the Apple?
Simple text and illustrations relate the unusual adventures of an apple.
1975
J MacBride, Roger Lea In the Land of the Big Red Apple
A year after moving to their farm in the Ozarks, Laura and Almanzo Wilder and their young daughter, Rose, have settled into their new home with a successful vegetable harvest and the beginnings of an apple orchard.
1995
J Mary Cleophas, Sister Little Apple Tree's Wish
1966
J Neumann, Rudolf The Hat in the Apple Tree
1963
J Riskind, Mary Apple Is My Sign
A 10-year-old boy returns to his parents' apple farm for the holidays after his first term at a school for the deaf in Philadelphia.
1981
J Rocklin, Joanne Strudel Stories
Seven generations of a JEwish family hear stories of their family history, all told while making apple strudel.
1999
J Schempf, Bonnie Timpetoo
Hetty is very careful with the eggs she has bought on her very first trip to the store, but she runs into trouble when she stops to pick apples.
1971
J Slobodkin, Louis The Space Ship Returns to the Apple Tree
Eddie went out to the [apple] orchard to investigate what he thought might be a falling star only to discover Marty, the little man from Martinea, and his space ship, an astral rocket disk.--Introduction.
1958
J SLOBO Slobodkin, Louis The Space Ship Under the Apple Tree
1952
J VANHE VanHecke, Susan An Apple Pie for Dinner
Old Granny Smith wants an apple pie for dinner but she doesn't have any apples. Filling a basket with plums from her tree, she sets off hoping to barter her way to the right fruit. She trades her plums for feathers, the feathers (for pillow stuffing) for
2009
J Watson, Clyde Tom Fox and the Apple Pie
Mr. Bingle's friends give him a great deal of advice about getting an enormous apple off his tree.
1972
J Wellington, Anne Apple Pie
Annie the apple farmer saves her most beautiful apples to sell fresh at the farmers' market.
1978
JBOARDBK WELLS Wells, Rosemary Max's Apples
Shiny foil apples throughout!Over and over again, Max asks Ruby to pick him apples from their tree. She can’t imagine why he wants so many apples, but finds out when Max finally asks her to a make a pie! This simple story will have your little bunny pract
2009
J BOARDBK ZOEHF Zoehfeld, Kathleen Weidner Apples, Apples
2004
J292 Martin, Claire The Race of the Golden Apples
A Greek princess, raised by bears in the forest and then returned to her rightful place in the kingdom, refuses to marry unless the man can outrun her in a footrace.
1991
J293 Mayer, Marianna Iduna and the Magic Apples
The evil giant Thiassi vows to capture Iduna and her magic apples which give the gods on Valhalla everlasting life.
1988
J394.26 Gabbert, Lisa An Apple Festival: Orchards in Autumn
Describes the origin and history of apple festivals, an autumn harvest celebration, and tells what goes on there.
1999
J398.2 Arnold, Katya That Apple is Mine!
In this retelling of a Russian folk tale, Rabbit, Crow, and Hedgehog fight over ownership of an apple, until Bear persuades them to share.
2000
J398.2 Sanfield, Steve Strudel, Strudel, Strudel
Explains why teachers living in Chelm may not live on the top of a hill, own a trunk with wheels, nor eat apple strudel.
1995
J398.2 Shah, Idries The Farmer's Wife
Myles and his family go to his grandparents' apple ranch, where they have a wonderful time picking and selling apples together.
1998
J398.2 Saving the Old Apple Tree - A Book About Caring for the Environment
1997
J398.208992 Demas, Corinne The Magic Apple
In their travels, three sisters find a magic spyglass, a magic horse, and a magic apple, which they use to help save a sick prince.
2002
J398.20949 Fisher, Leonard Everett William Tell
Recounts how the legendary Swiss folk hero was forced to shoot an apple from his son's head by the tyrannical Austrian governor Gessler
1996
J398.22 Early, Margaret William Tell
William Tell confronts the evil Austrian governor Gessler and, after shooting an apple from his son's head with a bow and arrow, frees Switzerland from Austria's power.
1991
J507.8 Bennett, Andrea T. Apples, Bubbles, and Crystals: Your Science ABCs
Each letter of the alphabet is represented by a poem and some type of science experiment or activity. Explanations of the scientific principles involved are given at the end of the book.
1996
J571.82 Saunders-Smith, Gail From Bud to Blossom
Simple text and photographs describe the process of getting apples from the tree to trucks that are used to ship them everywhere.
1998
J574.3 Kuhn Dwight My First Book of Nature: How Living Things Grow
Provides an introduction to growth, explaining how it occurs in such everyday things as guppies, apples, dogs, trees, and humans.
1993
J575.68 Schwartz, David M. Plant Fruits & Seeds
Text and photographs explain the development from seed to maturity of the apple as well as the pear, cherry, peach, plum, and orange.
1999
J582 Allen, Gertrude E. Everyday Trees
Simple information on the uses, seeds and species of the apple, maple, willow, birch, oak, pine and fir trees.
1968
J582 Bulla, Clyde Robert A Tree Is a Plant
Describes how an apple tree grows from seed and explains how its roots obtain food and how its leaves change with the season.
2001
J582 Maestro, Betsy How Do Apples Grow?
Describes the life cycle of an apple from its initial appearance as a spring bud to that point in time when it becomes a fully ripe fruit.
1992
J582.13 Schwartz, David M. Plant Blossoms
Introduces, in simple text and photographs, the fruits or seeds of an apple, maple, oak, hemlock, milkweed, corn, and kiwi.
2000
J583.3 Parnall, Peter Apple Tree
Describes the many ways an apple tree interacts with insects, birds, and other animals during a full year of its development.
1987
J583.37 Hall, Zoe The Apple Pie Tree
Describes an apple tree as it grows leaves and flowers and then produces its fruit, while in its branches robins make a nest, lay eggs, and raise a family. Includes a recipe for apple pie.
1996
J583.73 Royston, Angela Life Cycle of an Apple
A simple introduction to the life cycle of a red delicious apple, from the blossoming of a flower bud in the spring through the development and ripening of the fruit to its harvesting in the fall.
1998
J583.73 GANER Ganeri, Anita From Seed to Apple
Discover how a seed grows into an apple. This title explains plant growth in a clear and organized manner. Readers will love watching the transformations take place.
2006
J583.73 HIBBE Hibbert, Clare Life of an Apple
Discusses the life cycle of an apple.
2004
J631.5 Saunders-Smith, Gail Fall Harvest
Simple text and photographs describe the growth of an apple from blossom to ripe fruit.
1998
J634 Cooper, Elizabeth K. Sweet and Delicious: Fruits of Tree, Bush, and Vine
Traces the history and cultivation of such fruits as the apple, banana, strawberry, and avocado.
1973
J634 Kalman, Bobbie Hooray for Orchards!
Introduces orchards through discussion of pollination, fruit development, grafting, fruit processing, pests, pesticides and their effect on the environment, and harvesting. Includes simple recipes using fruit.
1997
J634 Lember, Barbara Hirsch A Book of Fruit
1994
J634 Liffring, Joan Mike and Dick on a Washington Apple Farm
1962
J634 Mintz, Lorelie Miller How to Grow Fruits and Berries
Explains how to grow dwarf fruit trees and berry bushes indoors and outdoors, including information on where to buy them, materials needed, and how to plant, prune, and care for them.
1980
J634 Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw Apple Trees
Describes the life cycle of an apple tree and how different varieties of apples are grown and harvested.
1997
J634.1 Hunt, Bernice Kohn Apples: A Bushel of Fun & Facts
Describes the history, cultivation, and different varieties of the apple and includes recipes and myths and legends associated with this fruit.
1976
J634.1 Johnson, Hannah Lyons From Apple Seed to Applesauce
An introduction to the life cycle of the apple from seed to harvest. Includes a recipe for homemade applesauce.
1977
J634.1 Johnson, Sylvia A. Apple Trees
Discusses the growth and cultivation of apple trees and the development, harvesting, and storage of apples.
1983
J634.1 McMillan, Bruce Apples - How They Grow
Text and close-up photographs describe how apples grow, from dormant bud to ripe fruit.
1979
J634.1 Micucci, Charles The Life and Times of the Apple
Presents a variety of facts about apples, including how they grow, crossbreeding and grafting techniques, harvesting practices, and the uses, varieties, and history of this popular fruit.
1992
J634.1 Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw An Apple a Day - From Orchard to You
An overview of growing apples, from planting and harvesting to the grocery shelves.
1990
J634.1 Saunders-Smith, Gail Apple Trees
In simple text and photographs, describes an apple tree as it goes through the seasons.
1998
J634.1 Saunders-Smith, Gail From Blossom to Fruit
Simple text and photographs describe the stage in the life cycle of apples when the buds on a tree turn into leaves and apple blossoms.
1998
J634.1 Saunders-Smith, Gail Picking Apples
A group of children takes action to save their environment and convince their village that nature and progress can live side by side.
1998
J634.1 Schnieper, Claudia An Apple Tree Through the Year
Introduces, in simple text and photographs, the flowers of apple trees, cosmos, grasses, dandelions, foxgloves, and pussy willows.
1987
J634.1 Selsam, Millicent E. The Apple and Other Fruits
A cumulative tale of a farmer's wife who is trying to retrieve an apple from a hole in the ground.
1973
J634.1 Silverstein, Alvin Apples: All About Them
A young girl and her family spend a fall day picking apples with others from their small town.
1976
J634.11 Brunelle, Lynn Bite into an Apple
Where do apples come from? -- How do apples get to stores? -- How do apples stay fresh in a warehouse? -- How do apple growers keep bugs from eating apple trees? -- What happens at the end of the apple trees' growing season?
2004
J634.11 Davies, Kay My Apple
1994
J634.11 Flanagan, Alice K. The Zieglers and Their Apple Orchard
Follows the different kinds of work that the Zieglers do in their apple orchard beginning with fall pruning and ending with picking and selling the ripened fruit.
1999
J634.11 Gibbons, Gail Apples
Explains how apples were brought to America, how they grow, their traditional uses and cultural significance, and some of the varieties grown.
2000
J634.11 Hubbell, Will Apples Here!
Through the seasons, apples grow from buds to blossoms to fruit and become part of people's lives and celebrations.
2002
J634.11 Koontz, Robin Apple, Apples Everywhere!: Learning about Apple Harvests
Autumn is apple harvest time. Come along on a trip to the apple orchard.
2011
J634.11 Landau, Elaine Apples
Surveys the history, cultivation, and uses of apples and describes the different kinds.
1999
J634.11 Llewellyn, Claire Tree
Watch the pages grow as you discover the amazing life cycle of an apple tree.
2004
J634.11 Marzollo, Jean I Am an Apple
Depicts a bud on an apple tree as it grows into an apple, ripens, is harvested, and provides seeds as a promise for the future.
1997
J634.11 MCNAM McNamara, Margaret Apples A to Z
An alphabet book double as a primer on apples and apple cultivation.
2012
J634.11 Robbins, Ken Apples
Describes how apples are grown, harvested, and used, and details facts about apples in history, literature, and our daily lives.
2002
J634.11 RUSTA Rustad, Martha E. H. Fall Apples: Crisp and Juicy
Discusses how apples grow and how to use them, including pies and cider.
2012
J634.11 SCHUH Schuh, Mari C. Apples Grow on a Tree
Simple text and photographs describe how apples grow on trees.
2011
J634.11 TAUSB Taus-Bolstad, Stacy From Shoot to Apple
Describes how apples grow, from a shoot to a mature tree that produces apples in an apple orchard.
2012
J634.11 Ward, Kristin Apples
Short verses introduce scenes from a fair in which letters of the alphabet figure prominently.
2000
J634.11 BAUER Bauer, David My Apple Tree
Describes an apple tree with simple text and photos.
2006
J634.11 DRISC Driscoll, Laura Apples and How They Grow
Simply describes how apple trees are cultivated and grow to produce particular kinds of apples.
2003
J634.11 ESBAUM Esbaum, Jill Apples for Everyone
Though they have little to do with the science behind the planet's changing seasons, the new titles in the Picture the Seasons series do a fabulous job of conjuring up the sights, smells, and sensations of a brisk autumn. Using minimal text with National
2009
J634.11 FARME Farmer, Jacqueline Apples
2007
J634.11 HARRI Harris, Calvin Apple Harvest
Simple text and photographs present an apple harvest in fall--Provided by publisher.
2008
J634.11 LLEWE Llewellyn, Claire Apples
Discusses how apples are grown and used. What do you know about apples? Much more than you think! Read this book to find out all you know about apples - and to discover lots more.
2005
J634.11 MURRA Murray, Julie Apples
Gr 1-2-Following a precise format, each title is divided into several two- or three-page chapters. The text in the first chapter of each book ("What Is a Life Cycle?") is identical except for the necessary vocabulary specific to each topic. The font is ap
2007
J634.11 NASLU Naslund, Gorel Kristina Our Apple Tree
Introduces the changes each season brings to an apple tree.
2005
J634.11 SMUCK Smucker, Anna Egan Golden Delicious A Cinderella Apple Story
In this cumulative nursery rhyme and folk song, a parade forms when several farm animals join a boy and his apple wagon.
2008
J634.11 THOMS Thomson, Ruth The Life Cycle of an Apple
Contents: Apples grow here -- What is an apple? -- Apple trees -- Buds -- Flowers -- Pollination -- Apples -- Ripe and ready -- Fall and winter -- Spring -- Apple life cycle.
2009
J634.11 WOLFM Wolfman, Judy Life on an Apple Orchard
Because of their persistence, Delmore succeeds in learning how to hit a baseball and his mother Loretta succeeds in growing apples.
2004
J635 Walker, Lois Get Growing!: Exciting Indoor Plant Projects for Kids
Members of the Rabbit family visit an apple orchard, where they have fun picking apples and discovering their many uses. Includes a recipe for applesauce, directions for a craft activity, and sayings about apples.
1990
J641.3 Nottridge, Rhoda Apples
Surveys the history of apples from the wild crab apple to modern-day cultivation, production, and role in nutrition. Includes recipes for desserts and salad.
1990
J641.34 Bourgeois, Paulette The Amazing Apple Book
Describes, in simple text and illustrations, the history, cultivation, and many uses of apples.
1990
J641.34 Burckhardt, Ann Apples
Simple text introduces apples, and instructions are given for making an apple pomander.
1996
J641.34 Powell, Jillian Fruit
Provides information about various kinds of fruits, including how to grow them, history and legends about fruit, and recipes from around the world.
1997
J641.6 Gillis, Jennifer Storey An Apple a Day
Over 20 apple proJEcts for kids.
1993
J641.6 Saunders-Smith, Gail Eating Apples
Simple text and photographs describe how several different crops, including pumpkins, apples, wheat, corn, and potatoes, are harvested by humans and by machine.
1998
J641.6411 TUMIN Tuminelly, Nancy Let's Cook with Apples!
Easy to follow apple recipes for kids.
2013
J664.8 Mayo, Gretchen Applesauce
Describes how apples are grown and made into the popular food, applesauce.
2004
J664.8 THOEN Keller, Kristin From Apples to Applesauce
An introduction to the basic concepts of food production, distribution and consumption by tracing the production of applesauce from apples to the finished product.
2005
J745.5 Miller, J.D. Nature Crafts
Instructions for making various proJEcts using seeds, nuts, leaves, weeds, and flowers and for making dolls from corn husks and apples.
1975
J782.42 Sweet, Melissa Fiddle-i-fee: A Farmyard Song for the Very Young
A cumulative tale in which many obJEcts are used unsuccessfully to try to knock an apple down from a tree.
1992
J811 FROST Frost, Robert The Cow in Apple Time
When a cow barges into the apple orchard of a New England farm and eats the fallen fruit, chaos reigns.
2005
J811.08 Martin, Bill Freedom's Apple Tree
Relates in verse how lucky one can be to be a seed in an apple on Freedom's apple tree.
1970
JB T79TUR Turner, Glennette Tilley An Apple For Harriet Tubman
Presents eleven indoor gardening proJEcts involving carrots, beans, potatoes, apples, and other plants, and related cooking and handicraft activities.
2006

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