Johnny Appleseed

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Carson-Dellosa Publishing, LLC, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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This beloved tale, captures the life of John Chapman, a frontier man who worked to make the country a better place! Children will eagerly continue reading to join him on his journey and see why he was called Johnny Appleseed . --Between the pages of the Brighter Child(R) Keepsake Stories books are the classic tales of magic, imagination, and inspiration that will delight children again and again. From the hard-working Red Hen to the foolish Gingerbread Man, these stories will capture children's interest and spark their imagination page after page, inspiring a lifelong love of literature and reading. Each book includes 32 pages of fresh, captivating illustrations, and measures 8" x 8".

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User Review  - crdutton - LibraryThing

Very good book about the classic "Johnny Appleseed." This is a brightly illustrated book that kids definitely are interested in reading. I would incorporate this into a unit discussing Johnny Appleseed and pilgrims. This would be appropriate for 1-3 grades. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Carol Ottolenghi has written nonfiction and fiction books for adults and children for almost 20 years. In 1996, she won the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators Magazine Merit Honor Award. One of her stories was selected for Best of the Children's Market by the Institute of Children's Literature. She currently lives in Ohio.

CD Hullinger has been illustrating children's books, magazines and games for more than 20 years. Her illustrative style is whimsical with an emphasis on bright impressionistic colors. Some books CD has illustrated include "Johnny Appleseed," "Gigantic George," "The Weather," "Barnyard Babies," "Puppet Playhouse," "Mother Goose Rhymes" and more. She lives in California with her companion and has two grown daughters who used to sit in her lap and help her paint when they were young.

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