Apple Cake

Apple Cake❮PDF / Epub❯ ✅ Apple Cake ❤ Author Dawn Casey – Heartforum.co.uk Thank you hedge Thank you tree Thank you flower Thank you bee Thank you rain Thank you sun Thank you farmers every one In this simple rhyming story from the author of Held in Love a child says thank y Thank you hedge Thank you tree Thank you flower Thank you bee Thank you rain Thank you sun Thank you farmers every one In this simple rhyming story from the author of Held in Love a child says thank you for the gifts nature provides from hazelnuts in the hedge to apples from the tree eggs from the hens to milk from the cow Eventually the family has enough ingredients to make something speciala delicious Apple Cake With captivating illustrations that brim with emotion this sweet picture book encourages children to be grateful for the world around them—the perfect read for Thanksgiving A recipe for Apple Cake at the end allows you and your child to share in the joyful gratitude.

Dawn Casey traveled in Africa and Asia before working in a garden studio publishing multicultural children's books She now dreams up her own stories inspired by the everyday magic of the world She lives with her husband two little ones and a tabby cat.

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Apple Cake
  • Dawn Casey
  • English
  • 04 August 2016
  • 9781786032157

10 thoughts on “Apple Cake

  1. Sue says:

    A really Lovely illustrated book Eye catching pictures and colours that will hold a child’s imaginationIt’s full of gratitude and thanks for everything no matter how big or smallWe all know that pictures in children’s books speak than the words themselves at timesA parent or adult reading this to a child will have plenty to chat about

  2. Michelle says:

    This book is a very uick read so perfect for 24 months and younger but there is enough for older kids to enjoy too The illustrations are absolutely GORGEOUS and are perfectly matched to this delightful read It's a book all about gratitude and it sure was refreshing to read as well as remind me personally that I need to focus on this with my child There are so many things that we just have and I don't spend enough time remembering thatFor anyone who loves the topic in general and or appreciates nature and all that is provides for us this is a perfect book for you A wonderful gift for the upcoming fall as it also includes a recipe for Apple Cake in the backThank you to Netgalley uarto Publishing Group Frances Lincoln Childrens and Dawn Casey for the opportunity to read and provide an honest review of this bookReview Date 080919Publication Date 092419

  3. Rachel says:

    thank you to Netgalley uarto Publishing Group Frances Lincoln Childrens and Dawn Casey for an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review4 stars Apple Cake is a cute picture book written in rhyme about Gratitude It's a rather simple little story with a big positive message It's easy for very young children to be able to follow as there are not many words This however does not make it anything less than wonderful The illustrations are stunning They have such a beautiful softness to it that I want to reach out and touch them I think of this style of artwork as comforting which is just perfect for the message being sent in a picture book I also want to add that this cover is gorgeous I love the colouring of it Apple Cake shows children what they can be thankful for That it can be something big or small This is a sweet little book that I would share with children of all ages

  4. Jon Nakapalau says:

    A little girl thanks all those who contribute ingredients for an apple cake excellent Thanksgiving book for small children

  5. La Coccinelle says:

    Apple Cake is a sweet rhyming picture book in which a child expresses gratitude for all of the people and things that go into making a tasty dessert Beautiful illustrations highlight the gentle rhyming text which actually has very nice rhythm But there's one thing that really bothers me about the book and it kind of irked me enough to affect my enjoyment And that one thing is the grammarThe way the verse is written out in the synopsis is not the way it's written out in the book The book's text is full of comma splices and run on sentences It drove me nuts because it could have been so easily fixed Instead of Thank you hedgethank you treeThank you flowerthank you beeit could've read Thank you hedgeThank you treeThank you flowerThank you beeand if it had read that way I probably would've enjoyed this one a lot Nobody's going to notice these issues when the book is read aloud but I still hate to see messed up grammar in children's booksThere's a recipe at the end for apple cake complete with a convoluted method for letting kids help cut the apples which I would recommend skipping if you want to get the cake made before midnight I never know what to think about recipes included in children's books Do they really turn out? I have no idea and since this one calls for eggs this vegan's not about to try it Still having a recipe might be a plus for some peopleThe overall message of gratitude is lovely Paired with the cute illustrations it's almost enough to make this book one I would wholeheartedly recommend This is the second rhyming picture book I've read recently that takes liberties with grammar That's just something I can't get behind; children are still in the process of learning language and getting artsy will only serve to confuse them Thank you to NetGalley and Frances Lincoln Children's Books for providing a digital ARC

  6. Etienne says:

    I love the art of this one so much Truly a beauty Unfortunately the message about gratitude didn't pass Gratitude is an important thing in life for sure but turning it into being grateful for many thing because they allow you to get an apple cake turn out to be ridiculous then inspiring I'm grateful for the illustrations of this one but not the story

  7. Rosalyn Davey says:

    Such a cute book with amazing illustrations All about being thankful for what we have Great message and love the recipe at the end

  8. Julie says:

    Gentle picture book with sweet seemingly vintage illustrations that capture a little girl's thankfulness for all that nature does in producing the ingredients for apple cake Her little dog which accompanies her about the farm as she expresses her gratitude is adorable Also includes a recipe at the end

  9. Kathryn says:

    Gentle and lovely illustrations and poem Not sure there's anything really remarkably fresh or innovative here though I do appreciate that the story includes POC and it appears to be a blended family in the story That said 'tis the season of gratitude and gathering together to share in nature's bounty and warm feelings and I do recommend it if you're looking for something to make you smile feel cozy and cultivate an attitude of gratitude something I’m trying to do on a daily basis not just for a holiday in November

  10. Morris says:

    This is a simple book designed to teach children to be grateful for the things in their everyday lives It accomplishes this nicely on a level young children can easily understand I adored the illustrations and the recipe at the end was a nice touchThis unbiased review is based on a complimentary copy provided by the publisher

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