This story features Bartholomew the toddler bear, and introduces children to numbers and counting. In Bartholomew's garden there's an apple tree he loves. He loves swinging from its branches, hugging it when it rains, but best of all, he loves counting the apples which George shakes from the tree.
In Bartholomew's garden there's an old apple tree, which he loves. He loves swinging from its branches, hugging it tight when it rains and helping Little Black Kitten down from it with George when she climbs too high! But best of all, Bartholomew likes counting the red apples which George shakes from the tree! On every page of this lovely story book, the old apple tree has an increasing number of bright, red apples amongst the green. A brightly coloured margin to the side shows the number clearly in digits, words and a neat row of red apples, until the end, when George has baked all the apples into a pie and there are none left!
"Lively, colourful, warmly observed illustrations." The Financial Times; "Bartholomew is a beautifully observed toddler." The Daily Telegraph
About Virginia Miller
Virginia Miller's first children's book, Squeak-a-lot written by Martin Waddell, was runner-up for the prestigious Mother Goose Award in 1991. She has since illustrated Sailor Bear, Small Bear Lost, Kate's Giants, Say Please! and seven other stories about the bears Bartholomew and George: On Your Potty!; Get Into Bed!; Be Gentle!; Eat Your Dinner!; In a Minute!; I Love You Just the Way You Are; and a novelty book, Where Is Little Black Kitten?
Ten Red Apples by Virginia Miller
Used - Very Good
Walker Books Ltd
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