My kids loved these stories about the Apple Family Antics. Silly and well written, great chapter book with a larger book size.
My daughter devoured this book in one afternoon. She loved the characters and the story line. If you have a kid who is a reluctant reader, the silly antics of Mr. Apple’s family will hook them in and keep them reading.
This book shows the practical side of life, how to work hard, make decisions, and solve problems. It’s great for a read aloud with discussion as well as having larger print and cute old style pictures for independent reading.
My 7-year-old read this book to me aloud as part of his Language Arts reading. We really enjoyed this cute and funny story. The book comes in A4 size with lots of illustrations and large text. There are good lessons in the book, such as working hard towards an end goal, and making allowances for others’ preferences and choices.
Cute book and every child loves it. Classic to buy!
At the end of the lane was an orchard full of crooked little trees. The trees were all covered with little pink blossoms. They were apple trees. In the very middle of the orchard was a house.
The Apple family lived in the city, but with so many new little Apples coming along, their home was becoming quite crowded. It didn’t take long for them to find the perfect house in the country, but it required some ingenuity and cooperation to make it their own. Follow along with the Apple family as–with tenacity and some animal mischievousness–they achieve their dream of owning a home suited for their every need.
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