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Ten Apples Up On Top !

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Ten Apples Up On Top

Beginner Books


Author: Theo. LeSieg
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A lion, a dog, and a tiger balance apples on their heads.
Kids love Ten Apples Up On Top by Theo. LeSieg. The author is Theo. LeSieg and it was published on the 6th of June, 1961 by Beginner Books. The hardcover children's book is focused on Animals and is deemed a very good fiction. In the Dewey Decimal System number is PZ8.3.G276 Te 2004. The book is 72 pages long and it is packed with colorfully illustrated pages. The book dimensions are 9.28"H x 6.82"L x 0.4"W and weighs around 0.54 lbs. Some people say they never sufficient time to read, nevertheless reading can also be a good use of time, especially with the proper child's book. Allow yourself to be engrossed throughout this book. As you read, think about this dilemma inside your mind. You can get as creative as you choose with the experience in your thoughts.

A starting Beginner Book, this ingenious story uses a vocabulary of only 75 diverse words."A hilarious story in rhyme about a quantity of animals who could carry 10 apples on their heads."--Elementary English.    

Since 1961, Ten Apples up on Top has been helping preschoolers learn to count and read simultaneously. (Preschool to early reader) --Jill Lightner Siblings can even take turns reading phrases like"Seven apples up on top. I am so good they will not drop."The inevitable tumbling crash is really a great climax for busy toddlers to enjoy, and parents will appreciate the cooperative lesson the final page provides. Simple illustrations and also simpler rhymes make this apple-balancing competition between a dog, a tiger, also as a lion a fun, easy place to practice sight words and phonics.



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