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The Apple Pie Tree

Author: Zoe Hall

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 0545361184

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 5475

We have a special tree in our yard -- an apple pie tree! Colorful collage illustrations follow each season as an apple tree grows leaves, fragrant blossoms, and tiny green apples. Soon the fruit is big, red, and ready to be picked. It's time to make an apple pie! Here is a celebration of apples and how things grow -- sure to delight young readers all year long.

Apple Pie

100 Delicious and Decidedly Different Recipes for America's Favorite Pie

Author: Ken Haedrich

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 1558327428

Category: Cooking

Page: 250

View: 7620

Previously published as: Apple pie perfect.

A Apple Pie

Author: Kate Greenaway

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Alphabet

Page: 44

View: 2341

Introduces the letters A to Z while following the fortunes of an apple pie.

How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World

Author: Marjorie Priceman

Publisher: Dragonfly Books

ISBN: 0307793125

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 40

View: 6527

Illus. in full color. An apple pie is easy to make...if the market is open. But if the market is closed, the world becomes your grocery store. This deliciously silly recipe for apple pie takes readers around the globe to gather ingredients. First hop a steamboat to Italy for the finest semolina wheat. Then hitch a ride to England and hijack a cow for the freshest possible milk. And, oh yes! Don't forget to go apple picking in Vermont! A simple recipe for apple pie is included. "Libraries should consider purchasing multiple copies since every preschool and primary-grade teacher in town will want a copy to read."--(starred) Booklist. From the Hardcover edition.

Where is the apple pie?

Author: Valeri Gorbachev

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780439237628

Category: Cooking

Page: N.A

View: 4392

A simple question about an apple pie leads to more and more questions, but is never really answered.

God & Apple Pie

Religious Myths and Visions of America

Author: Christopher Buck

Publisher: Educator's International Press

ISBN: 1891928228

Category: Religion

Page: 424

View: 4556

This title includes interpretations of how many religions have helped shape America's national character, from the Iroquois origin story,to Christian, Mormon, Bahá'í, and Black Muslim beliefs, among others.

Amelia Bedelia's First Apple Pie

Author: Herman Parish

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0062066765

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 6229

Amelia Bedelia is sure she will love everything about autumn. The colorful trees Jumping in the leaves Apples, apples, apples Warm apple pie Fun family projects Amelia Bedelia can't wait. What could be better? Autumn! Hooray for apples and fall!

Burqas, Baseball, and Apple Pie

Being Muslim in America

Author: Ranya Tabari Idliby

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 1137413484

Category: Religion

Page: 256

View: 9907

For many Americans, the words ‘American' and ‘Muslim' simply do not marry well; for many the combination is an anathema, a contradiction in values, loyalties, and identities. This is the story of one American Muslim family—the story of how, through their lives, their schools, their friends, and their neighbors, they end up living the challenges, myths, fears, hopes, and dreams of all Americans. They are challenged by both Muslims who speak for them and by Americans who reject them. In this moving memoir, Idliby discusses not only coming to terms with what it means to be Muslim today, but how to raise and teach her children about their heritage and religious legacy. She explores life as a Muslim in a world where hostility towards Muslims runs rampant, where there is an entire industry financed and supported by think tanks, authors, film makers, and individual vigilantes whose sole purpose is to vilify and spread fear about all things Muslim. Her story is quintessentially American, a story of the struggles of assimilation and acceptance in a climate of confusion and prejudice—a story for anyone who has experienced being an "outsider" inside your own home country.

Apple Pie Fourth of July

Author: Janet S. Wong,Margaret Chodos-Irvine

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780152057084

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 40

View: 6543

A Chinese American child fears that the food her parents are preparing to sell on the Fourth of July will not be eaten.

An Apple Pie for Dinner

Author: Susan VanHecke

Publisher: Two Lions

ISBN: 9780761454526

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 9178

Wishing to bake an apple pie, Old Granny Smith sets out with a full basket, trading its contents for a series of objects until she gets the apples she needs. Includes a recipe for apple pie.

Apple Pie and Enchiladas

Latino Newcomers in the Rural Midwest

Author: Ann V. Millard,Jorge Chapa,Catalina Burillo

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 9780292705685

Category: Social Science

Page: 276

View: 2612

The sudden influx of significant numbers of Latinos to the rural Midwest stems from the recruitment of workers by food processing plants and small factories springing up in rural areas. Mostly they work at back-breaking jobs that local residents are not willing to take because of the low wages and few benefits. The region has become the scene of dramatic change involving major issues facing our country—the intertwining of ethnic differences, prejudice, and poverty; the social impact of a low-wage workforce resulting from corporate transformations; and public policy questions dealing with economic development, taxation, and welfare payments. In this thorough multidisciplinary study, the authors explore both sides of this ethnic divide and provide the first volume to focus comprehensively on Latinos in the region by linking demographic and qualitative analysis to describe what brings Latinos to the area and how they are being accommodated in their new communities. The fact is that many Midwestern communities would be losing population and facing a dearth of workers if not for Latino newcomers. This finding adds another layer of social and economic complexity to the region's changing place in the global economy. The authors look at how Latinos fit into an already fractured social landscape with tensions among townspeople, farmers, and others. The authors also reveal the optimism that lies in the opposition of many Anglos to ethnic prejudice and racism.

Sweet as Apple Pie

Author: Karla Dornacher

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 1400318696

Category: Religion

Page: 80

View: 790

This fun, fresh book combines heartfelt devotions with a love for crafts, cooking, and country style. Both fans of Karla Dornacher’s work and new readers will be drawn to these hearty helpings of delightful art and inspiring words. They’ll enjoy “Today’s Apple” scriptures, “Chew on It” thoughts, and “Savor the Flavor” prayers, and the journaling areas will encourage them to explore the art of fruitful living in their own lives. Dornacher’s charming artwork has been licensed into a multitude of formats, including fabric, framed art, stationery, greeting cards, stoneware, calendars, scrapbook collections, and more.

Autumn Is for Apple Pie

God Gives Us Friends When We’re Having a Bad Day

Author: Wendy Dunham

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

ISBN: 0736972056

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 64

View: 7355

Friendship Makes Fall Special Skunk has been waiting all summer long to harvest the fruit from his apple tree. Finally, fall is here and the fruit is ready. Skunk invites his friend Raccoon over to help him make a delicious apple pie. On his way to Skunk's house, Raccoon runs into several of his friends. It seems everyone in Buttercup Grove is having a bad day. But Raccoon has the recipe to turn his friends' frowns upside down by inviting them to join him at Skunk's house. Each friend volunteers to bring a different ingredient to the apple pie party. Skunk and Raccoon's woodland pals learn that sometimes all you need to make a bad day better is the kindness of good friends and plenty of homemade apple pie! *** The Tales of Buttercup Grove series introduces young readers, ages 4-8, to the many fun adventures of Skunk, Raccoon, and the rest of their woodland friends, teaching timeless Christian values along the way.

The Apple Pie That Papa Baked

Author: Lauren Thompson

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1416912401

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 3920

Relates the chain of events that enables Papa to bake his pie, using the pattern of the traditional cumulative verse "This is the House that Jack Built."

Apple Pie ABC

Author: Alison Murray

Publisher: Hyperion

ISBN: 9781423166290

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 26

View: 1142

When an apple pie arrives piping hot on the kitchen table, a little pup does everything he can think of to get his paws on it. He Ogles it. He Pines for it. But will his ABC antics land him a slice? APPLE PIE ABC is a delicious twist on traditional verse brought to life by Alison Murray’s simple words and whimsical illustrations. Sure to delight readers of all ages, it’s a book to savor again and again.

Clara Lee and the Apple Pie Dream

Author: Jenny Han

Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

ISBN: 0316243078

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 160

View: 2274

Meet Clara Lee. Likes: her best friends, her grandpa, her little sister (when she's not being annoying, which is almost always), candy necklaces, and the Apple Blossom Festival. Dislikes: her little sister (when she's being annoying, which is almost always), her mom's yucky fish soup, and bad dreams (even though Grandpa says they mean good luck). After a bad dream, Clara Lee has a whole day of good luck. But when her luck changes, she upsets her friends and family. Will Clara Lee have good luck again in time to try out for the Little Miss Apple Pie pageant? Clara Lee is a delightful character from acclaimed author Jenny Han. This charming, humorous chapter book is perfect for fans of Clementine and Judy Moody!

Art of the Pie: A Practical Guide to Homemade Crusts, Fillings, and Life

Author: Kate McDermott

Publisher: The Countryman Press

ISBN: 1581575750

Category: Cooking

Page: 240

View: 9218

One of 2016’s BEST COOKBOOKS*, THE Pie-Baking Bible**, an INSTANT CLASSIC***, with raves from NPR, Oprah.com, USA Today, Bon Appetit, Cosmopolitan, Outlander Kitchen, and more “A new baking bible.” (*Wall Street Journal) “If there’s such a thing as a pie guru, it’s Kate McDermott.” (*Sunset Magazine) “The next best thing to taking one of her classes.”(*The Washington Post) “Gorgeous…a dream of a cookbook.” (*Eat Your Books) “Heartwarming and funny…an instructive debut.” (*Library Journal) “Utterly exquisite, will steal your heart. RUN, don’t walk, to order your copy. (**The Blender Girl) “Not just on crusts and fillings but life itself. A keeper.” (***Atlanta Journal-Constitution) "Whether you’re a seasoned pie hand or a beginner with more enthusiasm than skill, Kate’s got you covered.” (Dorie Greenspan) “One of the best books written on the topic.” (Publishers Weekly) Kate McDermott, who learned to make pie from her Iowa grandmother, has taught the time-honored craft of pie-making to thousands of people. Here she shares her secrets to great crusts (including gluten-free options), fabulous fillings, and to living a good life. This is the only PIE cookbook you need.

The Fannie Farmer Cookbook

Author: Marion Cunningham

Publisher: Alfred a Knopf Incorporated

ISBN: 0679450815

Category: Cooking

Page: 874

View: 9868

Features nearly two thousand recipes and includes chapters dealing with microwave, outdoor, and vegetarian cooking

Apple Pie

100 Delicious and Decidedly Different Recipes for America's Favorite Pie

Author: Ken Haedrich

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 1558327428

Category: Cooking

Page: 250

View: 8272

Previously published as: Apple pie perfect.

Apple Pie

Author: John T. Edge

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101161582

Category: Social Science

Page: 176

View: 5996

What could be a more fun and delicious way to celebrate American culture than through the lore of our favorite foods? That's what John T. Edge does in his smart, witty, and compulsively readable new series on the dishes everyone thinks their mom made best. If these are the best-loved American foods-ones so popular they've come to represent us-what does that tell us about ourselves? And what do the history of the dish and the regional variations reveal? There are few aspects of life that carry more emotional weight and symbolism than food, and in writing about our food icons, Edge gives us a warm and wonderful portrait of America -by way of our taste buds. After all, "What is patriotism, but nostalgia for the foods of our youth?" as a Chinese philosopher once asked.

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