Are you looking for a new book to read with your child?
Apple Books for preschoolers are the perfect way to teach children about reading. They’re filled with beautiful illustrations and simple stories that help kids learn how to read without feeling like they’re learning. Each story is an engaging story so that it helps your child grow their vocabulary and develop an early love for books.
You can give your child the gift of reading today by purchasing or borrowing one of these books! But who can read just one book?
As the owner and operator of an apple orchard, Annie spends her days picking crisp, ripe apples and baking them into delicious treats! Then it’s off to the market to sell her wares to hungry customers.
Follow an apple tree through the seasons of a year with a little boy named Arnold. In the springtime, Arnold admires budding apple blossoms, builds a treehouse way up in the tree in summertime, snacks on apple pie and sips apple cider in the fall, and when the snow comes, hangs berries and popcorn in the limbs of the tree for winter birds.
Fox, an aspiring future detective, is on the case when his favorite apple tree suddenly loses all its apples. As he gathers clues and collects evidence, Fox discovers a surprise that he did not expect!
The students at Mouseville school are having a contest to see who can bring in the biggest apple of them all. As a group, they work to gather lots of apples. When James encounters one larger than all the rest, he and his friends come up with a plan to surprise the rest of the school.
Two sisters watch as the apple tree in their yard changes throughout the seasons from bare branches in the winter to crunchy apples in the fall. And when they finally pick those apples, the sisters can’t wait to roll out a delicious apple pie!
Anna, her family, and the rest of the town head out to the apple orchard for their annual apple-picking day. Everyone works hard all day long, but especially Anna, who is determined to fill a crate all her own.
A girl picks an apple and eats it for a snack. She leaves the core on the ground, where birds come and finish up what’s left. Soon, a seed falls to the ground, and the life cycle of the apple begins all over again.