Top 10 recommendation preschool books about apples 2019
When you looking for preschool books about apples, you must consider not only the quality but also price and customer reviews. But among hundreds of product with different price range, choosing suitable preschool books about apples is not an easy task. In this post, we show you how to find the right preschool books about apples along with our top-rated reviews. Please check out our suggestions to find the best preschool books about apples for you.
1. Apple Farmer Annie
DescriptionApple cider, applesauce, apple muffins, cakes, and pies! Annie is a very busy apple farmer. She bakes yummy treats with the apples she picks and saves her best apples to sell at the market. Follow Annie through her apple-filled day of picking, counting, sorting, baking, and selling, and then try making some of her simple apple recipes.
2. Ten Apples Up On Top!
DescriptionThree friends balance counting and fun in this silly Beginner Book by Dr. Seuss and illustrated by Roy McKie. When a lion, a dog, and a tiger meet up, they soon discover that they can each do different things while balancing apples on their heads. Whether drinking milk, jumping rope, or roller-skating, they can do a lot with ten apples up on top! But watch out, she has a mop! Shell knock those apples from up on top. Seusss apple-balancing characters will have youngsters reading, counting, and giggling!
Originally created by Dr. Seuss, Beginner Books encourage children to read all by themselves, with simple words and illustrationsthat give clues to their meaning.
"A hilarious story in rhyme about a number of animals who could carry 10 apples on their heads."--Elementary English.
3. How Do Apples Grow?
Have you ever eaten part of a flower? You have if you have eaten an apple! Find out how an apple grows from bud to flower to fruit--ready for you to pick!
Have you ever eaten a part of a flower? You have if you have eaten an apple! Find out how an apple grows from bud to flower to fruit--ready for you to pick!
FeatureUsed Book in Good Condition
DescriptionAll about apples, from pollination to picking and eating.
5. Peppa Goes Apple Picking (Peppa Pig)
This storybook is based on the hit animated TV show, as seen on Nick Jr.
6. Apples, Apples Everywhere!: Learning About Apple Harvests (Autumn)
FeatureUsed Book in Good Condition
DescriptionAutumn is apple harvest time. Come along on a trip to the apple orchard. Find out how apples are picked and stored. Learn which apples are best for munching. But watch out for the apple worms!
7. Ten Red Apples
Ten red apples hanging on a tree. Yippee, fiddle-dee-fee! But they are not there for long. Horse, cow, donkey, pig, hen, and the other farm animals each eat one. "Save one for me," calls the farmer. But what about the farmer's wife?
Count on Pat Hutchins to solve the problem happily. And countthe red apples before they are all gone!
8. Pinkalicious: Apples, Apples, Apples!
Stay tuned for a brand-new show coming in winter 2018 to PBS Kids: Pinkalicious & Peterrific!
#1New York Timesbestselling author Victoria Kanns Pinkalicious returns in an apple-picking adventure!
Young readers will love this pinkamazing 8x8 picture book that comes with a beautiful sheet of stickers.
Pinkalicious and the Pinkertons are all excited when they return from their trip to the orchard with lots of Pink Lady apples to munch on! After realizing they have more apples than the family could possibly use, Pinkalicious finds ways to share the apples with others.
9. Max & Mo Go Apple Picking
DescriptionMax and Mo are tired of eating corn. Luckily the big ones -- the kids -- just went apple picking. Everyone knows you can make applesauce with apples, but is there anything else you can make with them?
10. Bad Apple: A Tale of Friendship
DescriptionIt takes a firm apple to stand up to bullies.
When Mac, an apple, meets Will, a worm, they become fast friends, teaching each other games and even finishing each other's sentences. But apples aren't supposed to like worms, and Mac gets called "rotten" and "bad apple." At first, Mac doesn't know what to doit's never easy standing up to bullies--but after a lonely day without Will, Mac decides he'd rather be a bad apple with Will than a sad apple without.
"Charming . . . Social norms force Mac and Will apart; surprisingly effective, fruit-related pathos ensues before the two friends decide to buck convention and like whom they like. Who cares what anyone thinks?"The New York Times