Apples and Pumpkins

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Aladdin, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
It is Fall! And for one little girl, that means the special joys of visiting the Comstock Farm: choosing the reddest apples from the trees and finding the best pumpkin in the patch.

Back home, she helps her mother carve a funny jack-o'-lantern face and puts a glowing candle inside her prize new pumpkin...just in time for Halloween and an evening of lots of "trick or treats"!

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Genre: Through the non-fiction story the reader is able to see into the life of a child Halloween adventure. This adventure is shown through real life sceanarios that could have happened but did not ... Read full review

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Genre: Fiction Critique: This book is an excellent example of fiction because it is a not-real story with realistic characters and a realistic plot line Summary: Fall means getting to visit the ... Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Anne Rockwell has written numerous books for children, including At the Beach and The First Snowfall, both illustrated by Harlow Rockwell. She lives in Old Greenwich, Connecticut.

Lizzy Rockwell, Anne's daughter, has illustrated several books written by her mother. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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