Tucker's Apple-Dandy Day

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Tucker is excited. His class is going on a field trip to Farmer Sam's Apple Orchard! He promises his mum he'll bring home apples, and Tucker's family is looking forward to apple pie for dessert. But Tucker gets distracted by Farmer Sam's shiny red tractor. Then he gets busy helping out his friends....All too soon it's time to go, and Tucker has no apples!

Susan Winget's sparkling fall scenes are a visual treat, and her gentle touch shows Tucker's friends helping him in a most ...

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Overview

Tucker is excited. His class is going on a field trip to Farmer Sam's Apple Orchard! He promises his mum he'll bring home apples, and Tucker's family is looking forward to apple pie for dessert. But Tucker gets distracted by Farmer Sam's shiny red tractor. Then he gets busy helping out his friends....All too soon it's time to go, and Tucker has no apples!

Susan Winget's sparkling fall scenes are a visual treat, and her gentle touch shows Tucker's friends helping him in a most believable way. This endearing story ends in a cozy family circle, sharing a delicious pie and Tucker's news of an apple–dandy day.

Ages 2 – 5

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Children's Literature - Kristin Harris
Tucker and his classmates are going to Farmer Sam's orchard to pick apples. He is very excited because he wants to collect apples so his Mom can make an apple pie. When they get to the orchard Farmer Sam drives them out to the apple trees on a wagon pulled by a tractor. Tuckers friends all ran off to pick apples but Tucker stays behind to look at the tractor. He then helps his friend Millie pick apples because she is short and she cant reach the tree. Tucker helps her stand on a box and holds her hand while she picks apples. He helps Scout and Beverly as well. All of a sudden it begins to rain. Just as Tucker is reaching for his first apple the teacher tells the students they have to leave the orchard because of the rain. In Farmer Sam's barn they count their apples. Tucker does not have any. All of the friends Tucker helped give him some of their apples. Now he has enough so his Mom to make an apple pie. Tucker helps his Mom make the apple pie, but he sure does not need any help eating it.
School Library Journal
PreS-The young rabbit introduced in Tucker's Four-Carrot School Day (HarperCollins, 2005) goes on a field trip to Farmer Sam's Apple Orchard. He promises to bring home enough apples for a pie, but he has many things to see and eagerly lends a hand to his classmates. When the bus is ready to leave, Tucker realizes that he has no apples, and the others share a portion of their pickings with him because he was such a good friend and helper. At home the Rabbit family enjoys the pie and expresses their pride in Tucker. The sweet watercolor-and-ink paintings quietly illustrate the comfort and security of family life. Pair this seasonal title with Monica Wellington's Apple Farmer Annie (Dutton, 2001) or Anne Rockwell's Apples and Pumpkins (S & S, 1989).-Carolyn Janssen, Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, OH Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780060546472
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 9/5/2006
  • Edition description: Library Bound Edition
  • Pages: 40
  • Age range: 3 - 5 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Susan Winget is inspired by the images, colors, and flavor of her beloved North Carolina countryside. She and her husband, Al, raised their three children on the family farm, with grandparents nearby.

Susan Winget has created art for Colonial Williamsburg and the National Trust as well as calendars, greeting cards, and an array of home products. She is the author and illustrator of two picture books about an endearing young rabbit—Tucker's Four-Carrot School Day, praised for its "cozy illustrations" by Publishers Weekly, and Tucker's Apple-Dandy Day, called "a delight" by ALA Booklist.

Susan Winget is inspired by the images, colors, and flavor of her beloved North Carolina countryside. She and her husband, Al, raised their three children on the family farm, with grandparents nearby.

Susan Winget has created art for Colonial Williamsburg and the National Trust as well as calendars, greeting cards, and an array of home products. She is the author and illustrator of two picture books about an endearing young rabbit—Tucker's Four-Carrot School Day, praised for its "cozy illustrations" by Publishers Weekly, and Tucker's Apple-Dandy Day, called "a delight" by ALA Booklist.

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