Ten Red Apples by Virginia Miller
A Bartholomew Bear Counting Book (George and Bartholomew)

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Virginia Miller’s lovable Ba and George, Little Black Kitten, and an obliging apple tree star in an oversize counting book featuring more and more red apples on every page.

In Bartholomew’s garden there stands an old apple tree. Ba loves to climb it, swing from it, hide in it, and rescue Little Black Kitten from its branches. But best of all, he loves counting its delicious red apples before George shakes them into a basket to make hot apple pie. In fact, Ba loves counting so much that he doesn’t say "Nah!" once!
 

About Virginia Miller

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Virginia Miller is the author-illustrator of an acclaimed series of books about George and the (usually) petulant Bartholomew, including WHERE IS LITTLE BLACK KITTEN?; I LOVE YOU JUST THE WAY YOU ARE; BE GENTLE!; IN A MINUTE!; and ON YOUR POTTY!
 
Published October 14, 2002 by Candlewick. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Bartholomew, the pudgy butterscotch bear, rejoins his friends Little Black Kitten and George in this colorful counting story.

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Ba and George enjoy the fall harvest in Ten Red Apples: A Bartholomew Bear Counting Book by Virginia Miller.

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