Our Apple Tree

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Macmillan, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Here's a whimsical and very useful look at the life cycle of the apple tree. With two helpful tree sprites as guides, readers travel from spring, when the apple tree blossoms, through summer, when the fruit grows, to fall and the harvest. Along the way, you'll learn about the life of the tree and the animals that visit - from insects that pollinate the flowers to deer that eat the fallen fruit.

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Genre: Informational Plot: The plot of this story is the yearly life cycle of an apple tree. While there is no drama that thickens the plot of the book, there is a growing excitement as the book gets ... Read full review

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Gorel Kristina Naslund was born in Sweden and has lived in the United States as well. She has written almost 30 books.  Today she lives near Stockholm.    Kristina Digman, also from Sweden, attended art schools in Stockholm and Copenhagen. She has worked as a painter, sculptor, and graphic designer.

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