Apples and Pumpkins
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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - MaggieJayne - LibraryThing
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
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Rose_Hawblitzel - LibraryThing
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