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Max Mo Go Apple Picking (Max & Mo)

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Max and Mo are tired of eating corn. Luckily the big ones -- the kids -- just went apple picking. Everyone knows you can make applesauce with apples, but is there anything else you can make with them?
Paperback, 32 pages
Published August 28th 2007 by Simon Spotlight (first published August 1st 2007)
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Dolly
Sep 28, 2009 Dolly rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: beginning readers and parents reading with them
This is a cute story about two class pets who want to have a little variety in their diet and join in on the applesauce-making fun. The narrative is short, perfect for beginning readers and the illustrations are adorable.

We enjoyed reading this book together and even though these books are a bit too easy for our girls, they really like the cute critters. We will certainly look for more Max & Mo books at our local library.
Maureen Lubitz
Feb 13, 2016 Maureen Lubitz rated it really liked it
Originally posted on You Have Your Hands Full

Max & Mo Go Apple Picking is a Level 1 “Ready-To-Read” book. This is part of a series featuring the same characters.

Max and Mo are hamsters in a classroom. They are tired of eating corn, and when they see a sign about apple picking, they are very excited. They sneak out of their cage, and get a chance to do some “apple picking” and applesauce tasting of their own. They even make apple prints!

This book is intended for beginning readers. Hallmarks
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Arthur Pengerbil
Mar 14, 2012 Arthur Pengerbil rated it it was amazing
Max and Mo are a pair of school hamsters who remind us of certain library rodents we know you all love. Max and Mo share a habitat in the school's art room and watch the children participate in class. In each book they sneak out of their cage to have some fun of their own using a few basic art supplies. Each book has directions for an art project at the end. The only way this series could be made better would be if Max and Mo were gerbils instead of hamsters.
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The Brothers
Feb 08, 2016 The Brothers rated it liked it
Shelves: apples, food, hamsters
An early reader book, so the story and words are very simple. Two hamsters are tired of the corn they receive to eat and want new food. It's their lucky day for applesauce is on the menu.

Really fun little illustrations and some instructions at the end for an art project with apples and making applesauce.
Miss Niki
Jun 13, 2010 Miss Niki rated it really liked it
Shelves: m-phoneme
Another Max and Mo book. Can't go wrong with these easy to follow books. It was selected to target the "M" phoneme.

Position of word:
Initial - 25 times; Medial - 1 time and Final - 6 times
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easy reader about the hamsters in the classroom who love to make art--this time with apples.
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