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The Biggest Apple Ever

3.79  ·  Rating Details ·  61 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
Clayton and Desmond are back and bigger than ever in this companion to the New York Times bestselling series!

As another year at Mouseville School begins, the students will be learning all about apples--starting with a contest to find the biggest one ever! As usual, Clayton the town mouse and Desmond the country mouse are each eying the prize. But when they can't find the b
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Paperback, 32 pages
Published August 1st 2011 by Cartwheel Books
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Sharla
Dec 31, 2016 Sharla rated it really liked it
Shelves: children-s
Reviewed for Heartland School.
Ellen Diem
Sep 21, 2011 Ellen Diem rated it liked it
The Biggest Apple Ever is about a class of mice who are in a contest to find the biggest apple, who ever wins gets a prize. The class travels to a apple orchard and one class mate finds the biggest one. The two main charters get an idea to make the biggest apple pie ever and so the do just that return to the orchard and pick a lot of apples. Then they go a pizzeria and make the pie, finally the pie arrives at school and the whole class gets to eat apple pie.

The general age for this book is prim
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Edna
Clayton and Desmond realize that James has found the biggest apple and will win the school contest but they come up with a much tastier and bigger surprise for the whole class. Cute illustrations and a good book about teamwork.
Jenna
A good story about teamwork and overcoming a problem. The Biggest Apple Ever offers great visuals to match the text.
Morgan
Oct 21, 2011 Morgan rated it it was amazing
I like when they handed out a slice of the pie.
Breanna
Mar 18, 2012 Breanna rated it liked it
Shelves: kids, t-l306
Cute book, though my son is a bigger fan than I am. Could be used in the classroom to talk about big, bigger, biggest, or the idea that we can't all win all of the time.
Andrea
Oct 18, 2011 Andrea rated it liked it
Book about looking for the largest apple. Two mice figure that they will not find the biggest apple so the set out to make the biggest apple pie.
Beth
I guess this book was ok. It didn't really hold the kids attention, even though they picked it out. It taught a good lesson about teamwork and being a good sport.
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Stephen Kroll spoke at schools and conferences all over the world. He was married to the journalist, Kathleen Beckett, and they lived in New York City and an old carriage house in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. When he was not writing or traveling, he played a lot of tennis and walked around looking at everything.
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