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Charlesbridge Publishing, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Today, the average American consumes about sixty-five fresh apples each year. Where do so many apples come from? How do they grow? Jacqueline Farmer takes young readers on a field trip to the apple orchard to find out how apple growers turn seeds and seedlings into the many different varieties of America's favorite fruit. Recipes, trivia, and fun facts included.

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User Review  - KendraEscalona - LibraryThing

"Apples" is a very informative book that shares with readers information on where apples come from, where they grow, the different varieties, and even nutrition. I found this book very informative due ... Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Apples are a perennial favorite for fall eating, teacher gifts and back-to-school primary science units. Farmer's contribution covers apple varieties, how they grow, nutrition, apple history, a list ... Read full review

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Jaqueline Farmer is the author of APPLES, PUMPKINS, O CHRISTMAS TREE: IT'S HISTORY AND HOLIDAY TRADITIONS, among other books for young readers. She lives in Greensboro, North Carolina.

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