Book Talk Tuesday - Red Are the Apples

I hope everyone is having a "Terrific Tuesday!"  I missed the Book Talk link-up last week so I'm glad to be back again this week posting about an apple book that is great to use with your students for so many reasons!  
The title of the book I'm sharing is Red Are the Apples.  It is written by Marc Harshman and Cheryl Ryan and illustrated by Wade Zahares.  This book talks all about the things you can see in a garden during fall.  I love how it incorporates color words throughout the book.  This really helps students visualize what is in the garden.  
I'll share a few pictures with you! 
Here is the cover of the book.  If you click on the picture, I have it linked to go to Amazon so you can shop shop away!

I just love the illustrations in this book!  They are SO colorful!

And I love the perspective the illustrator gives in this picture to show how tall corn stalks really are. 

This is my favorite page because the author uses the color word "crimson."  You don't see that word used in many books with color words!

Again, the illustrations are just amazing!

Mmmm apple cider sounds delicious!!  

 Have any of you used this book before??  It is a good one to use for fall/apples/farms/colors!  

If you need some apple activities for this week or next week, you can visit my TpT store by clicking the apple below!  It's been a pretty popular item in my TpT store the past few weeks!  I'm so thankful to those of you who have supported my store and purchased it!  THANK YOU!!!

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