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This adorable book features a young bear's first autumn. The falling leaves surprise him; he wonders if it's okay and then tries to put them back on the trees. Eventually he gets sleepy and burrows into the leaves for a long nap; when he wakes up it is spring and there are brand-new leaves everywhere! Cute illustrations and a childlike main character offer the perfect way to talk to children about the wonder of the changing seasons. Ages 2-5. 32 pages.
Delicate pictures capture the essence of the apple-growing season across the U.S. Apples covers the history, science, and lore of apples with engaging text on grafting, pollination, cider-making, and the history of apples in America, from the early colonists to Johnny Appleseed. There's even recipes, a list of famous apple moments in history, and a chart with "best uses" for the most common varieties of apples. 30 pages, softcover.
"How do Apples Grow?" is part of the "Let's-Read-and-Find-Out" series that teaches children about basic scientific concepts. Kids will learn what happens to apple trees throughout the year, including all about dormancy, buds, leaves, flowers, the role of sunlight, and how apples are part of the apple flower. This is a stage 2 book, which introduces basic science concepts to young children and helps satisfy their curiosity about how the world works. Ages 5-9. Kindergarten - Grade 3. Lexile Measure 550L. 32 pages, softcover.
Apples: And How They Grow All Aboard Science Reader Station Stop 1Laura Driscoll, Tammy SmithGrosset & Dunlap / 2003 / Trade Paperback$4.49 Retail:
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This All Aboard reader introduces children to the process of growing a Rome apple...a trickier apple than others! Clear text and bright artwork will engage children. 32 pages, softcover. Ages 4-8.
Amelia Bedelia is visiting her grandparents when her grandmother decides to teach her how to bake her very favorite---apple pie! As Grandma makes her pie, Amelia manages to make a very small pie of her own. But when the pie is finished---birds eat the whole thing up! Good thing Amelia Bedelia made her very tiny pie. Includes Amelia Bedelia's Apple Pie recipe in the back!
Kristy wakes up excited to go apple picking with her best friend--they take a hayride, pick apples, and pick out a big orange pumpkin! A great way to introduce little ones to the fun of fall activities! Ages 4-8 / Preschool - Grade 3. 32 pages, softcover.
Did you know pumpkins have been around for 11,000 years? Or that the biggest pumpkin on record weighed over 1,300 pounds? Learn all about pumpkinswhere they come from, how to grow them, and morein this informative book that's guaranteed to squash the competition. Recipes, fun facts, and resources round out the text.
Charlie is the smallest in his class, and is always at the back of the line. When the class decides to guess which pumpkin has the most seeds, Charlie picks the smallest. The class counts seeds by twos, fives, and tens, as each group tries to figure out who has the most seeds. Everyone is in for a surprise though, as they learn what makes the most seeds isn't what pumpkin is the biggest; as Charlie says "Small things have a lot going on inside of them." A gentle read that incorporates both math and science. 40 pages, hardcover with dust jacket. Ages 3-7.
Within this book your child will learn what a pumpkin is, if its a fruit or vegetable, where it grows and much much more.
Peter lives with his grandparents Mimi and Papa on their farm. They grow the very best crops, from juicy strawberries, to crunchy corn, to the very best crop of all-pumpkins! Peter has been growing pumpkins and there is one in particular that is perfect, the best. Will Peter give up his perfect pumpkin to make a new friend?
Three young squirrels get a surprise from their mother: bright red sweaters to keep them warm in the chilly fall weather. When they venture outside into the changing autumn season they discover that other aspects of nature are wearing red too! Written and illustrated by renowned Japanese artist Kazuo Iwamura. Ages 3-6.
From plump orange pumpkins to crunchy leaves, readers will love all the textures fall has to offer in this delightful touch-and-feel board book. With simple, rhyming verses and sweet, vibrant illustrations, youngsters can celebrate the season with this touch-and-feel board book that's perfect for small hands.
It's autumn time in Bear County and the Bear family are enjoying themselves on a crisp, fall afternoon. The whole family decides to attend the Harvest Festival, where they go apple and pumpkin picking, go on a fun hayride, and enjoy a big, town feast. Everyone in town enjoys themselves at Farmer Ben's sharing time with family, friends, and praising God for all of his gifts. Includes activities and questions from Brother and Sister Bear in the back.
All about the hibernation express, bound for winter hibernation! Children will love reading along with you and will delight in the illustrations as they see many animals joining the hibernation train and their path to sleep. Bears, frogs, groundhogs, raccoons, bats, turtles, etc are all on board and ready for winter!
Parents and children will want to cuddle up together again and again to hear the sweet rhyming story and see the snuggly animal families happy in their fall activities. Pumpkin patches, apple harvests, leaves that change color, hayrides, warm beverages, cozy clothes---God Bless Our Fall highlights all the wonderful things families get to enjoy together when the air turns crisp and cool. Recommended for ages 1 to 4.