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One Red Apple – A Month of Cozy Books

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One Red Apple is a gorgeously illustrated book that traces the life cycle of an apple tree. Written by Harriet Ziefert and with paintings by Karla Gudeon, the book is a visual feast.

The story begins with the picking of an apple. Each two page spread then focuses on another aspect of the distribution, buying, eating and the eventual growth of a new apple tree.

The text is very simple with the gorgeous illustrations telling much of the story.

The book pages are printed on heavy paper which adds to the richness of the entire book.

The colors are vibrant and have a cozy charm to them. One Red Apple definitely belongs in a collection of cozy books!

This is part of my A Month of Cozy Books series!

One Red Apple - A Month of Cozy Books


Sallie-Schaaf-Borrink-060313-B-250x250I'm Sallie, teacher by training and now homeschooling mom of Caroline. My passion is to provide products, encouragement, and information that helps others discover and do what works with their children. I also write about living a cozy life as a highly introverted person. Welcome! ♥

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