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How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World (Dragonfly Books) Paperback – September 9, 1996
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This is a wonderful story to share with a young child. It will help to expose young children to global interest and how food arrives in their own homes. The book also includes a map to help readers find where they have been taken on their journey. A wonderful story for adults and children!
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Delightful story line. Fun way to present where different types of products come from.Published 2 months ago by Melinda in Pennsylvania
Whimsical and educational with beautiful illustrations... My mom read this book when I was young, and I never forgot it.
Just bought it for my baby sister; she loves it!
Love this story. My 5 year old really enjoys it. We are following the Five in a Row curriculum with this story and my little lady is so involved in the story!Published 3 months ago by NikiL
My son and I read this book as a part of his homeschool program. The book is about a little girl that wants to make an apple pie, but doesn't have all the ingredients to do so. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jennifer
We used this with the Five in a Row series. My children loved it.Published 3 months ago by Love to Shop
Love this story. Great way to in cooperate social studies/ geography.Published 6 months ago by amckinley
This is a SUPER book -- I only withheld one star because no matter what binding we purchase, it seems to fall apart. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Anonymously Me