Albert's Field Trip by Leslie Tryon
(Albert (Aladdin))

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Albert the duck leads his class on a fun-filled field trip to an apple farm. The children sing songs, pick apples, squeeze their juice, and eat apple pie. After a quieter return home, they are met by their parents and snuggled into bed. A lively evocation of a school event all children will recognize. Full color.
 

About Leslie Tryon

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Leslie Tryon is the author of the Albert books and several oLeslie Tryon is the author of the Albert books and several others for young readers. She is also the illustrator of Almathers for young readers. She is also the illustrator of Alma Flor Ada's "Dear Peter Rabbit" and "With Love, Little Red H Flor Ada's "Dear Peter Rabbit" and "With Love, Little Red Hen." She lives in Carmel Valley, California. en." She lives in Carmel Valley, California.
 
Published January 1, 1997 by antheneum.. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Albert (Albert's Field Trip, 1993, etc.), the witless fowl, is out in the garden readying for the harvest.

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The little animals, their parents, and the other adults are all astute caricatures of their human counterparts, whether showing off on the bus, climbing into trees to sample apples, or drowsing on the way home.

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Albert works his feathers to the bone, toiling far into the night, assembling turkey decorations, whipping up his ``scrumptious pumpkin pizza pies''-the sight of Albert twirling pizza dough aloft while balanced on one web is easily worth the price of admission.

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The teammates' facial expressions are especially comical as batters try to outwit fielders by sending ""stray balls and spray balls, curve balls and swerve balls."" Some visual highlights: spectators balance a beach ball as they perform the ""wave"";

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When Albert the duck gets a note from the principal asking him to build an alphabet on the school playground (``We must have it by three o'clock''), he is not flustered and sets to work immediately.

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In his third appearance (following Albert's Alphabet and Albert's Play ), the quietly industrious goose Albert leads a menagerie of third graders on a field trip to an apple farm.

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In this third book about Albert, the goose leads some third-graders on a field trip to an apple farm.

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