As crisp and polished as an apple for the teacher, and just in time for apple-picking season, here is a delicious treat about America's favorite fruit. In Apple Farmer Annie's orchard, she grows lots of different kinds of apples. She sorts them and organizes them to sell, and she makes good things with them, such as cider and applesauce and muffins. Colorful illustrations as bright and vivid as a bumper crop from her orchards show all the tasks Annie performs. With tie-ins to math and science curricula and units on autumn, this book will be especially welcomed by teachers. Truly the pick of the crop!Monica Wellington is known for graphic, brilliantly colored illustrations in books for the very young.
What can you do with an apple? You can pick it, kick it, wash it, squash it--but don't forget to eat it. This charming new series will show readers how to find magic and joy in the beauty of everyday life. Also available: What's a Banana?