Apples

How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World

By Marjorie Priceman

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Since the market is closed, the reader is led around the world to gather the ingredients for making an apple pie. Includes recipe.

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Apples, Apples, Apples

By Nancy Elizabeth Wallace

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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.

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Apples and Pumpkins

By Anne Rockwell

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A family visits the Comstock farm to pick apples and choose a pumpkin to carve for Halloween night.

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Apple Valley Year

By Ann Turner

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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.

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Apple Tree Christmas

By Trinka Hakes Noble

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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.

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An Apple Tree Through the Year

By Claudia Schnieper

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Follows an apple tree through the four seasons, detailing the yearly growth cycle and examining the ecosystem of the entire apple orchard.

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An Apple a Day!

By Jennifer Storey Gillis

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Filled with more than 20 apple facts, games, puzzles, crafts, recipes, even apple mint growing information, this book is perfect for families and teachers.

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Albert's Field Trip

By Leslie Tryon

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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.

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Here Comes Johnny Appleseed

If you saw a man walking by your house barefoot, wearing old clothes and with a tin pot on his head, you'd likely wonder where on earth he came from. But if you lived in Indiana or Ohio in the early part of the 1800s, you just might recognize your wandering neighbor, Johnny Appleseed.

Our Apple Harvest Makes for Two Splendid Seasons

Whether they're Galas, Granny Smiths, Yorks, Winesaps, or Ginger Golds, apples are one of Virginia's loveliest and most useful crops and were much enjoyed by the early colonists and pioneers as well as today's families. Crisp, sweet apples-- harvested in the chilly days of October, can be part of your celebrations in November and December.

An October Excursion to a Mountain Orchard