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Picking Apples and Pumpkins Paperback – September 1, 1994
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The illustrations are softly done in muted colors of autumn tones. The text is very simple and short, perhaps this would be suitable for beginning readers as well...
You can make applesauce, learn the difference between colors of apples. Have an "apple toss" game or go on a apple hunt, make jack o lanterns. It's a great book to use for fall that doesn't use pumpkins strictly for halloween.
In any case... the pictures are very nice and as another reviewer noted, much better than any drawings could be.
That said, if you are purchasing this book as any sort of `Reader', you should know that the text is not suitable for any but experienced readers (imho). Despite the "Read with Me" label on the cover, the average page in this book has 50 or more words on it. In addition, the text contains words like: old-fashioned, Battleview, pretended, collapsed, and caramel. Hardly suitable for younger students. A paragraph (as it appears in the book) follows so you can determine the level for yourself.
This time, Scott's hay
wagon brought everyone
to the farm store. While
Kristy's mother paid for
the apples and pumpkins,
Kristy and her friends
looked around. They were
amazed by all the delicious
things that could be made
from apples. There were
caramel apples, candy
apples, apple jam, apple
cake, and apple butter.
There were pumpkin pies
and breads, too. But Kristy
knew that when they got
home, Grandma would
make the best treat of all-
Three Stars. The pictures are nice and more interesting than drawings.Read more ›
If you have access, after reading this book, take the kids on a field trip. They would love to experience first hand what it is like to go apple and pumpkin picking.
The best part, this book ends off with some ways on how to use the apple and pumpkins. If you want, let your class come up with something new and as a group, make it together.
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Great non-fiction book for a PreK fall theme. Great pictures. Students enjoyed listening to the story as well as looking through the pictures independently in the library center... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Nicole
This is a wonderful book to welcome the fall season! I read this with my children and now my grandchildren.Published on October 26, 2013 by Valerie Johnson