An Apple Pie for Dinner
Marshall Cavendish Children's Books, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
Granny Smith wants to bake an apple pie, but she doesn’t have any apples. So off she goes with a basketful of plums in hopes that she can make a trade. Granny swaps plums for feathers, feathers for flowers, flowers for a gold coin, a gold coin for a puppy, and a puppy for what she hoped to find in the first place—apples! Then she bakes a delicious apple pie for everyone she has met along the way. Based on an English folktale, each spread is meticulously illustrated in bas-relief made from baked clay, hand-sewn clothing, and mixed media. Author and Illustrator notes and an apple pie recipe are also included.
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Review: An Apple Pie for DinnerUser Review - Suebee - Goodreads
The illustrations! Wow! So adorable - baked clay. Nice message about neighbors helping neighbors. Read full review
Review: An Apple Pie for DinnerUser Review - Piwi Mama - Goodreads
The book is very cute! Granny Smith (pun intended) wants to bake an apple pie but she doesn't have any apples. All she has is a basket of plums and sets off in the hope that she can trade them. The ... Read full review