Author Edward visits Maple Street School on April 29 to present his picture books Tiny Pie and Bad Apple! Maple Street students will be reading the books in class in preparations for Edward's visit. You can order books below to be signed by Edward and picked up after the event. Please follow the instructions below to make sure your order is processed correctly.
1) Online ordering for this event is available through April 24 only! (Online orders placed after April 24 cannot be included in books to be signed by Edward at the school event; they will be processed as regular orders.)
2) At checkout, choose the options "Pick up in store" and "Pay online". This will mean you do not need to pay for shipping (books will be delivered to Maple Street for you). Orders MUST be paid for online in order to be fulfilled.
3) At checkout, please note "Maple Street Author Visit" in the Order Comments to make sure your order is processed correctly. Please also include any personalization requests (i.e., "To Noah", "Happy Birthday,", etc.) in the Order Comments field; otherwise your book(s) will be simply autographed by the author.
4) Books will be distributed to children/parents by Maple Street staff at the school, after Edward's author visit.
5) If you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (718) 246-0200 and ask for Annie or Jessica.
It takes a firm apple to stand up to bullies. When Mac, an apple, meets Will, a worm, they become fast friends, teaching each other games and even finishing each other’s sentences. But apples aren’t supposed to like worms, and Mac gets called “rotten” and “bad apple.” At first, Mac doesn’t know what to do--it’s never easy standing up to bullies--but after a lonely day without Will, Mac decides he’d rather be a bad apple with Will than a sad apple without.
Ellie the elephant is the only kid at a party, where the food meant for the grown-ups is out of reach -- but then she spies a tiny chef in his mouse hole baking a small apple pie that is just the right size for her. Includes a recipe by Alice Waters for a child-size apple pie.