Who Was Johnny Appleseed?

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Penguin, Sep 8, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
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The perfect biography to "bite into" at the start of a new school year! Children are sure to be fascinated by the eccentric and legendary Johnny Appleseed, a man who is best known for bringing apple trees to the midwest. Over John Chapman’s lifetime, he saw the country grow and start to spread westward. Traveling alone— in bare feet and sporting a pot on his head!—Johnny left his own special mark planting orchards that helped nourish new communities. His journeys and adventures are illustrated in a hundred black-and-white illustrations.
 

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I really liked this book in the sense that it was an informational biography, yet an easy read. Despite this being a chapter book, there were many helpful pictures that went along with the factual ... Read full review

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Contents

Who Was Johnny Appleseed?
Planting the First Seeds
The Apple Business Grows
A Good Apple
Hard Work
Copyright

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Joan Holub is the author and/or illustrator of many books for children. She lives in North Carolina, where the famous groundhog Sir Walter Wally helps watch the weather at the Museum of Natural Sciences. You can visit Joan at www.joanholub.com.

Anna Divito lives in Unionville, New York.

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