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It’s officially apple picking season! If you are looking for some fantastic apple books for preschoolers, to read at home or add to your classroom, look no further than this detailed list!
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Autumn is in full swing and that means all things pumpkin, apple and changing leaves!
For years our list of favorite children’s books about food has been the number one article here on Kitchen Concoctions. Not only is that detailed list fun to read, it has been fun for us all to update it over the years as we find new picture books all about food.
A few years ago, we realized that we had so many apple titles listed on our guide to picture books about food, that we needed to make it into its own book list!
So, we finally have it ready – our complete guide to the absolute best picture books about apples!
Not only are we sharing some fun and educational kids’ books about apples, we are also sharing some of our favorite kid friendly apple recipes and apple themed crafts.
Whether you are planning an apple themed lesson for your classroom or homeschool curriculum, or simply wanting to read a few apple books before your trip to go apple picking, we have you covered!
Kid Friendly Apple Recipes:
It’s always fun to read a book and then make a recipe inspired by the book, so here are a few of our favorite kid friendly apple recipes.
Country Apple Dumplings – Buttery, flaky dumplings filled with tart Granny Smith apples and baked in a sweet caramel sauce.
Apple Pie Smoothie – A healthy twist on a favorite all-American dessert.
Apple Cider Float – Filled with crisp, spiced apple cider, bold, bubbly ginger ale and salted caramel sauce, this Apple Cider Float Recipe is a delightful treat on a warm fall day!
Sour Apple Popsicles – Slightly sweet and slightly tart, these Sour Apple Popsicles are a delightful treat on a fall day!
Apple Themed Crafts for Kids:
DIY Caramel Apple Gift Baskets – Fall is officially here! Celebrate it’s arrival by creating DIY Caramel Apple Gift Baskets, filled with apples, caramel sauce and popular caramel apple toppings like nuts and candy bars, to gift friends and family.
Apple Stamped Cards – Kids will love using apples to paint and create these adorable hand stamped apple gift tags and cards.
70+ Apple Crafts, Activities and Recipes – This jam-packed article is full of recipes, but it’s the kid friendly games, crafts and other learning activities that are gold!
WHERE TO GET APPLE BOOKS FOR KIDS:
Book Outlet – Book Outlet sells overstock books from major retailers at a super discount. Since these books come from other retailers, sometimes the book you receive may have a Costco or Target sticker on it, but otherwise it is a new book at a huge discount. Not only are the everyday prices usually lower than Amazon, but they also always have huge sales and offer free shipping on orders $35 and higher.
If you are new to Book Outlet, click here to receive $5 off your first order!
Libro.fm – Libro.fm is a website you can use to purchase audiobooks that the sale then supports your local independent book store.
Your Local Library and/or Libby or RBdigital Apps – Many of these books are also available at most libraries, as a physical copy or via the Libby or RBdigital apps as an ebook and/or audiobook (you do need a current library card to access these apps).
Amazon FreeTime Unlimited – Amazon FreeTime provides unlimited access to thousands of kid-friendly books, movies, TV shows, educational apps, games and premium kid’s skills. Currently you can get a 3-month subscription for 99 cents.
Scribd – Or you can sign up for a free one-month subscription to Scribd, a subscription service that gives you access to ebooks, audiobooks, magazines and more!
More Preschool Books About Apples:
- Apples to Oregon: Being the (Slightly) True Narrative of How a Brave Pioneer Father Brought Apples, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Grapes, and Cherries (and Children) Across the Plains (by Deborah Hopkinson)
- Apples Here! by (Will Hubbell)
- Pinkalicious: Apples, Apples, Apples! (by Victoria Kann)
- Is It Rosh Hashanah Yet? (by Chris Barash and Alessandra Psacharopulo)
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