Oh, this looks wonderful!!! Thank you so much for posting it!I wonder what apple pigs are?
I'll send the instructions to make them to you.I'll also scan in the whole book and e-mail it to you, section by section.
cool book! hang onto it, it's worth a bundle! i looked it up to see if it was still in print: http://froogle.google.com/froogle?q=apple+pigs+by+ruth+orbach&hl=en&hs=s0j&lr=&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&sa=N&tab=ff&oi=froogler
Ummmmm....it'd be worth a bundle if it didn't...ummm...look kinda like it'd been read by a ravenening horde of toddlers. Which, unfortunately, it does.It is a case of having loved it not too wisely, but too well.
well, that's the sign of a great book, right? :) i say it makes it worth MORE. i have piles of books in which i wrote my name and then my brother crossed mine out and wrote his and my sister crossed his out and wrote hers. and that's just the beginning....
I love it! Very clever. Since "Apple" is one of Baby's favorite words, I should look for this one.
I'm going to have to see if our library has this book.
Can you post about apple pigs? I want to make one, too! We love food crafts. CG and her friends made edible owls at school on Friday, using bread (cut in a circle with a cookie cutter for the body), apples (slices, for the wings), pretzel knots or chinese dried noodles (for the talons), raisins (for the eyes and beak), and cheese (for the horns).
That's lovely. Looks like a great book.And, what IS an apple pig?
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