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ISBN

978-0-8075-6513-1

Publication Date

2015

Publisher

Albert Whitman & Company

City

Chicago, Illinois

Disciplines

Library and Information Science | Modern Literature

Keywords

Children's literature, Reviews, Fall activities, Apple cider

Review

While the main focus of this book is cider, it does a great job incorporating the autumn time that cider so characterizes. Through the eyes of a child, we see the entire process of making apple cider, from the trees to the cup. And there are many other fun fall things to enjoy along the way. With whimsical illustrations, the magic of the season and the cider-making process is seen and felt. The rhyming was not the most creative, however it was simple to understand. This book could easily be used with young children to add to a fall party at school or a field trip to an orchard. OPTIONAL. Lauren Yost, Centennial Library Independent Study Student, Cedarville University

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Review of <em>From Apple Trees To Cider, Please!</em> by Felicia Sanzari Chernesky

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