J.M. Carydice
Aaron Apple and the Rain
March 25, 2019 Comments.. 418
Aaron Apple and the Rain It is springtime in Kaiamaville and very hot indeed Aaron Apple is sitting under the largest apple tree in his orchard and is worried because his apples aren t growing properly He needs his apples to
  • Title: Aaron Apple and the Rain
  • Author: J.M. Carydice
  • ISBN: 9781291231816
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Paperback
  • It is springtime in Kaiamaville, and very hot indeed Aaron Apple is sitting under the largest apple tree in his orchard and is worried because his apples aren t growing properly He needs his apples to grow as they have vitamins in them that help people stay healthy But this won t happen until his orchard gets watered, which he cannot do alone So Aaron plans to look fIt is springtime in Kaiamaville, and very hot indeed Aaron Apple is sitting under the largest apple tree in his orchard and is worried because his apples aren t growing properly He needs his apples to grow as they have vitamins in them that help people stay healthy But this won t happen until his orchard gets watered, which he cannot do alone So Aaron plans to look for his old friend the fair weather cloud, Mr Cumulus However, he finds out that he won t have to because his good mate, Billy Bean, arrives and tells him that Mrs Nimbostratus the dark rain carrying cloud is on her way
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    1. Venky Iyer says:

      As an adult, it is always difficult to rate a children s book, but I have been reading several in recent days and am therefore probably better able to judge these books This book is great, absolutely great for the primary school children level I have no hesitation recommending a read.

    2. P.J. LaRue says:

      Aaron Apple and the Rain describes the impact of droughts on the apple trees The pictures look like they are targeting a pre school audience, while the text is advanced than that The book lists the types of clouds and their names and discusses how two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen make water I would like to have seen illustrations geared to an older age group to match the educational qualities covered in this book.

    3. J.M. Carydice says:

      Great book It is a children s book suitable for primary aged children and schools It cleverly weaves science, nature and nutrition into an enjoyable tale, breaking down the complexity of the subjects to enhance learning and understanding The icing on the cake is that it is a wonderful fun story that informally addresses curriculum topics.Every school should have a few of copies J.M Carydice

    4. J.M. Carydice says:

      A cleverly orchestrated children s picture book that combines science, nature and health in a remarkable tale This fun filled story, which is educational and poetic at times, can hold the interest of most primary aged children With human like characters, talking clouds and colorful illustrations Aaron Apple and the Rain is a book I would recommend to anyone.

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