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Ten Red Apples: A Bartholomew Bear Counting Book (George and Ba)

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Virginia Miller’s lovable Ba and George, Little Black Kitten, and an obliging apple tree star in an oversize counting book featuring more and more red apples on every page.

In Bartholomew’s garden there stands an old apple tree. Ba loves to climb it, swing from it, hide in it, and rescue Little Black Kitten from its branches. But best of all, he loves counting its delicious

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Hardcover, 32 pages
Published October 14th 2002 by Candlewick
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Vicki
Sep 22, 2016 Vicki rated it liked it
Large colorful illustrations make it easy for the reader/listener to see what is happening. Quite cute and perfect for younger set. Bears, apples, numbers and fun.
Christine Turner
Sep 24, 2012 Christine Turner rated it liked it
Shelves: concept, harvest
Virginia Miller's lovable Ba and George, Little Black Kitten, and an obliging apple tree star in an oversize counting book featuring more and more red apples on every page. In Bartholomew's garden there stands an old apple tree. Ba loves to climb it, swing from it, hide in it, and rescue Little Black Kitten from its branches. But best of all, he loves counting its delicious red apples before George shakes them into a basket to make hot apple pie. In fact, Ba loves counting so much that he ...more
Goshen PL Childrens
Read for Storytime September 7th and 8th
Theme: Apples
Rebecca Dean
This is a great book to use when introducing number and counting. The apples are easy to count. You can see all the apples, the number in digits and words, and you can even work on colors.
Paula
Mar 17, 2015 Paula rated it really liked it
Bartholomew and George, two bears, and Little Black Kitten enjoy the apple tree in the garden and count its shiny red apples.
Anna
Jan 18, 2010 Anna rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
So CUTE! A basic counting book, fun for story time. The illustrations are really simple and colorful without being garish, I enjoyed it.
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Shelves: storytime, apples
Apple Storytime
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Shelves: math
K - 3

Count to 10, part-whole relationships, odd and even numbers
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Virginia Miller wrote and illustrated her first George and Bartholomew story after observing a toddler's frustration with potty training. The result was ON YOUR POTTY!, followed by more George and Ba books acclaimed for their simple, authentic dialogue, expressive illustrations, and toddler-friendly themes.


"The next most likely problem needing book treatment," Virginia says, "seemed to be eating
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