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by Susan Goldhor,Catharine O'Neill,Harriet Lerner

Download What's So Terrible About Swallowing an Apple Seed? (Harper Trophy Books) ePub
  • ISBN 0064438163
  • ISBN13 978-0064438162
  • Language English
  • Author Susan Goldhor,Catharine O'Neill,Harriet Lerner
  • Publisher HarperCollins (April 24, 2001)
  • Pages 40
  • Formats lrf azw lrf docx
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Size ePub 1237 kb
  • Size Fb2 1897 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 929

When Rosie accidentally swallows an apple seed, her big sister Katie tells her that before long apple tree branches will bloom right out of her ears. Soon Rosie is imagining both the hazards and delights of having branches growing from her ears, and Katie is learning how fast a little white lie can grow. Written by bestselling author and psychologist, Harriet Lerner, and her big sister, Susan Goldhor, with delightfully funny illustrations by Catharine O'Neill, this is a special story about straying from the truth, forgiveness, and the boundless powers of a child's imagination.

1996 ‘Pick of the Lists' (ABA)

Children's Choice Award winner for 2002.


When Rosie accidentally swallows an apple seed, her big sister Katie tells her that before long apple tree branches will bloom right out of. is one of our nation’s most loved and respected relationship experts.

When Rosie accidentally swallows an apple seed, her big sister Katie tells her that before long apple tree branches will bloom right out of her ears. Soon Rosie is imagining both the hazards and delights of having branches growing from her ears. Renowned for her work on the psychology of women and family relationships, she served as a staff psychologist at the Menninger Clinic for more than two decades.

When Rosie accidentally swallows an apple seed, her . What is so terrible about telling a little white lie? The little fib might grow a little out of hand

When Rosie accidentally swallows an apple seed, her big sister Katie tells her that before long apple tree branches will bloom right out of her ears. Soon Rosie is imagining both the hazards and delights of having branches growing from her ears, and Katie is learning how fast a little white lie can grow. What is so terrible about telling a little white lie? The little fib might grow a little out of hand. A fun true story about the web we weave with our imagination.

O'Neill's sunny illustrations abet Lerner and Goldhor's first children's book but can't hoist it aloft

O'Neill's sunny illustrations abet Lerner and Goldhor's first children's book but can't hoist it aloft. Katie teases her little sister, Rosie, about the consequences of accidentally swallowing an apple seed: A tree will shortly take root in Rosie's stomach. Katie assures her the branches will grow out of her ears and get all the sunshine they need. Swearing the younger girl to secrecy, she carries the deception a step further by examining Katie's ears at night for incipient budding.

Synopsis: When Rosie accidentally swallows an apple seed, her big sister Katie tells her that before long apple tree branches will bloom right out of her ears

Shipping & Handling by region. Synopsis: When Rosie accidentally swallows an apple seed, her big sister Katie tells her that before long apple tree branches will bloom right out of her ears.

Find nearly any book by Susan Goldhor. by Harriet Lerner, Susan Goldhor. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780060517854 (978-0-06-051785-4) Softcover, HarperCollins, 2003. What's So Terrible about Swallowing an Apple Seed? (Harper Trophy Books). by Harriet Goldhor Lerner, Susan Goldhor. ISBN 9780613892865 (978-0-613-89286-5) Hardcover, HarperTrophy, 2001.

children's books; coauthor with sister, susan goldhor. In her psychology books, Lerner seeks to help people understand how interpersonal relationships work, and how to deal with common problems that arise in human relations. What's So Terrible about Swallowing an Apple Seed?, illustrated by Catharine O'Neill, HarperCollins (New York, NY), 1996. Franny B. Kranny, There's a Bird in Your Hair!, HarperCollins (New York, NY), 2000. The "Dance" series of books treats different situations in women's lives.

Harriet Goldhor Lerner. by Harriet Goldhor Lerner. Published May 2001 by Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media. What's So Terrible about Swallowing an Apple Seed? Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove What's So Terrible about Swallowing an Apple Seed? from your list? What's So Terrible about Swallowing an Apple Seed? by Harriet Goldhor Lerner.

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Enone
Hilarious book. Highly recommended for grades K-2. All my students loved it.

Re: negative review, this is a humorous book, not a moral treatise on honesty.
Alsalar
I saw this title recently and thought oh this should be fun so read it to my four year old daughter. She lost interest way before the end - as did I! What had the potential to be quite a funny story turned into such a tedious melodrama. Lerner was so heavy handed and clumsy with her moralising on the older sister's lying. Again, it had the potential to really show children how a joke can be taken too far and cause hurt and anxiety - but the story lost it's way and I agree with Kirkus - the sister was very flippant and unrepentant. There was no understanding depicted and the story finished in a confused and messy way. Boring!
Auau
I recently bought this book for my 5 year old grandson and he loved it. I think most children will love this book precisely because in its own whimsical way it is true to life. It tells a story about exactly the kind of thing that older children actually do - or at least wish to do - to their younger sisters and brothers. When Katie swallows an apple seed, Rosie, the older sister, makes up a 'worst case scenario' for younger sister Katie. Kids understand this all too well and appreciate the ridiculous potential. The people at Kirkus Review should lighten up, and remember what its like to actually be a kid.