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by Julie Paschkis

ePub Apple Cake: A Recipe for Love download
Author:
Julie Paschkis
ISBN13:
978-0547807454
ISBN:
0547807457
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Publisher:
HMH Books for Young Readers (September 4, 2012)
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Activities Crafts & Games
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1424 kb
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4.9
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In this lovely valentine of a book, Julie Paschkis offers young readers a glimpse of the extraordinary world that can be hidden in the simplest of things. Apple Cake: A Recipe for. has been added to your Cart.

In this lovely valentine of a book, Julie Paschkis offers young readers a glimpse of the extraordinary world that can be hidden in the simplest of things. Alfonso loves his colorful.

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In this lovely valentine of a book, Julie Paschkis offers young readers a glimpse of the extraordinary world that can be hidden in the simplest of things. Alfonso loves his colorful, magical existence. He also loves the brilliant, beautiful Ida. But Ida, nose in a book, just doesn'™t seem to notice. Can he win her heart with a cake of his own creation if the salt is gathered from the deep blue ocean, the butter from the summer sun, and flour like snowflakes from a night sky? An exquisitely illustrated story about imagination for children, but also a wonderful gift for lovestruck adults

Items related to Apple Cake: A Recipe for Love. Julie Paschkis has illustrated many award-winning books, including Yellow Elephant by Julie Larios, Glass Slipper, Gold Sandal by Paul Fleischman, and Night Garden by Janet S. Wong. She lives in Seattle, Washington

Items related to Apple Cake: A Recipe for Love. Paschkis, Julie Apple Cake: A Recipe for Love. ISBN 13: 9780547807454. Apple Cake: A Recipe for Love. ISBN 10: 0547807457 ISBN 13: 9780547807454. Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers, 2012. She lives in Seattle, Washington. Visit her at ww. uliepaschkis.

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Open the pages of Julie Paschkis's charming new picture book, Apple Cake (Harcourt, 2012), and you'll instantly fall in love. That’s because Julie’s Recipe for Love contains the perfect ingredients: a dashing, ardent suitor named Alfonso, a beautiful, kind and brilliant bookworm named Ida, a sprinkling of magic, flights of fancy, and an irresistibly delicious made-from-the-heart cake.

So he bakes her a cake. The text is the simple recipe for a delicious apple cake – the art takes an imaginative leap. Paschkis’s swirling imagery and Wong’s quiet yet haunting words skillfully simulate the reveries they recount. A story that exudes a pervasive sense of magic and underscores how far one gladly will go in the name of love. Karla has a quilt that can talk – it tells her the stories of her family. Publisher’s Weekly Winner: A New York Times Best Illustrated Book An NCTE Notable Children’s Book.

In this lovely valentine of a book, Julie Paschkis offers young readers a glimpse of the extraordinary world that . It would make for a perfect pre-school or kindergarten read aloud. But Ida, nose in a book, just doesn’t seem to notice. There is an AR test for those students who like to take the quizzes.

by Julie Paschkis & illustrated by Julie Paschkis. Beautiful, kind, brilliant Id. always had her nose in a book. So begins this lighthearted and airy tribute to the powers of love and persistence

by Julie Paschkis & illustrated by Julie Paschkis. So begins this lighthearted and airy tribute to the powers of love and persistence. Alphonse tries to be interesting, but he is unable to get Ida’s attention. He presents her with bouquets and butterflies and serenades her with guitar music, but still her eyes never leave the pages. He makes a cake, which turns into quite a production indeed.

In this lovely valentine of a book, Julie Paschkis offers young readers a glimpse of the extraordinary world that can be hidden in the simplest of things. Alfonso loves his colorful, magical existence. He also loves the brilliant, beautiful Ida. But Ida, nose in a book, just doesn’t seem to notice. Can he win her heart with a cake of his own creation if the salt is gathered from the deep blue ocean, the butter from the summer sun, and flour like snowflakes from a night sky? An exquisitely illustrated story about imagination for children, but also a wonderful gift for lovestruck adults. (A treasured family recipe for apple cake included!)

  • It's a very sweet (pun intended) story. She and I like that it was an actual recipe as well. She enjoyed the art as well.

  • love the recipe in the back. Very yummy cake to

  • Absolutely darling!!

  • We picked this lovely book up at the library today and fortunately had all the ingredients to make the recipe. Sweet, simple story about making a cake to impress someone. We enjoyed making the cake and it's delicious too!

  • My children all adore this book! We get it from the library every year before we go apple picking, and we love it so much I decided to buy it! The illustrations are whimsical and beautiful, and the recipe is delicious and easy to make. Such a fun book for apple season and all year round!

  • My 3 year old son and I love this story, and had a lot of fun baking an apple cake using the recipe at the end of the book.