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Apple, apple, alligator

by Accorsi, William.

Format: Print Book 2000
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
Available (1)
Location Collection Call #
Springdale Free Public Library Children's Picture Books CF ACCO
Location  Springdale Free Public Library
Collection  Children's Picture Books
Call Number  CF ACCO
Fresh on the heels of his successful 10 Button Book , inspired folk artist and author William Accorsi is back from his enchanted workshop with a unique interactive board book.

Apple, Apple, Alligator is an illustrated, full-color storybook with a twist-nestled in the cover are chunky puzzle pieces reminiscent of old wooden toys that the reader must put together to finish the story. An imaginative and charming tale about friendship, goals, hard work, and shapes-and perhaps most important, about learning to think outside the box- Apple, Apple, Alligator tells of a dog named Joe, his best friend, Al the alligator, and their shared love of apples. When Joe and Al learn that an apple orchard is for sale, they try to figure out how to earn money to buy it, and the fun part is seeing the unexpected ideas they think of. Then it's up to the reader to solve the final puzzle-how to reach those tall trees and begin picking sweet red apples. And as with any puzzle, kids will want to solve it again and again and again.

Additional Information
Subjects Toy and movable books -- Specimens.
Dogs -- Fiction.
Alligators -- Fiction.
Apples -- Fiction.
Moneymaking projects -- Fiction.
Toy and movable books.
Publisher New York :Workman Pub.,2000
Language English
Notes On board pages.
"A picture-puzzle book"--Cover.
Three chunky, interlocking puzzle pieces attached to cover.
Description 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 28 cm
ISBN 0761117873
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