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Apple vs. Asparagus Paperback – October 18, 2013
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Tracy Wainwright is the director of the Abundant Life Conference for Women, a Stonecroft Ministries speaker and author of fiction, nonfiction, adult and children’s books. She works her love of both the spoken and written word around the main loves of her life: God, her husband, and her four beautiful children, whom she homeschools. Find out more at: www.tracywainwright.com David A Cutting career includes Senior Animator on the award winning Nickelodeon series "Blue's Clues", story artist and designer on the hit Disney series "Doug", Illustrator of 18 books for "Blue's Clue's", and illustrator on over 100 picture and coloring books including Danny & the Dinosaur, Angry Birds, Grumpy Cat, Veggie Tales, Backyardigans, Howard B Wigglebottom, Lala-Oopsies, Mooshka, Holly Hobbie, John Deere, GIANTmicrobes, Tiny Planets, Mother Goose, and many more. You can see more of his art work at: www.davidacutting.com
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As the story continues, more fruits and vegetables are added in alphabetical order with each group trying to outdo the other. Whilst I do not condone or like to encourage the way the fruits and vegetables (think kids) talk to each other, it will show children what they sound like when they say similar things to other kids and how hurtful words can be. This book does have a happy ending with apologies all around along with everyone realizing how each one of them is special. VERY cleverly written and well illustrated. A complete list of fruits and vegetables is provided at the end. Thanks, Liz
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Cover Art: Adorable
What a CREATIVE way to teach a lesson about good nutrition!
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