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Applesauce weather / Helen Frost ; illustrated by Amy June Bates.

By: Frost, Helen [author.].
Contributor(s): Bates, Amy June [illustrator.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Somerville, Massachusetts: Candlewick Press, 2016Edition: First edition.Description: 103 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0763675768 :; 9780763675769.Subject(s): Apples -- Juvenile fiction | Families -- Fiction | Novels in verse | Nature stories | Children's poetry, American -- Juvenile poetrySummary: "When the first apple falls from the tree, Faith and Peter know that it’s applesauce weather, even though Peter is getting a little old for such things. It also means Uncle Arthur should be here to tell his stories, with a twinkle in his eye as he spins tales about how he came to have a missing finger. But this is the first year without Aunt Lucy, and when Uncle Arthur arrives, there’s no twinkle to be found and no stories waiting to be told. Faith is certain, though, that with a little love and patience, she and Peter might finally learn the truth about that missing finger. Paired with warm, expressive illustrations by Amy June Bates, this heartfelt tale by award-winning poet Helen Frost highlights the strength of family and the power of a good story" -- Provided by publisher.
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"When the first apple falls from the tree, Faith and Peter know that it’s applesauce weather, even though Peter is getting a little old for such things. It also means Uncle Arthur should be here to tell his stories, with a twinkle in his eye as he spins tales about how he came to have a missing finger. But this is the first year without Aunt Lucy, and when Uncle Arthur arrives, there’s no twinkle to be found and no stories waiting to be told. Faith is certain, though, that with a little love and patience, she and Peter might finally learn the truth about that missing finger. Paired with warm, expressive illustrations by Amy June Bates, this heartfelt tale by award-winning poet Helen Frost highlights the strength of family and the power of a good story" -- Provided by publisher.

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