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Apples, Apples, Apples
Written by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace
Illustrated by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace

Booklist, 10/1/2000
“The ever-popular topic of apples gets a delightful new look in this book that will charm children as well as inform them. . . . Whether the art shows the family's warm moments or the inside of an apple, these simple but special pictures demand a second and third look. Their three-dimensional appearance, which will make kids want to reach out and touch, also seems simple enough to translate into kids' art classes. There will be lots of ways to use and enjoy this.”

American Booksellers Association Bookselling This Week, A Fall 2000 Pick of the List, 10/2/2000
"This book is a wonderfully imaginative read-aloud. Watching a family of bunnies go apple picking, young readers learn how apple trees grow, marvel at how many kinds there are to eat, and get a good idea of how an apple orchard works. Full of bright, textured paper collage illustrations, this book is [a] happy, lighthearted story with a splash of cooking, craft, and song ideas celebrating the ritual of apple picking."