When Rosie accidentally swallows an apple seed, her big sister Katie tells her that before long apple tree branches will bloom right out of her ears. Soon Rosie is imagining both the hazards and delights of having branches growing from her ears, and Katie is learning how fast a little white lie can grow. Written by bestselling author and psychologist, Harriet Lerner, and her big sister, Susan Goldhor, with delightfully funny illustrations by Catharine O'Neill, this is a special story about straying from the truth, forgiveness, and the boundless powers of a child's imagination.
1996 ‘Pick of the Lists' (ABA)
Children's Choice Award winner for 2002.
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When little Rosie accidentally swallows an apple seed, her big sister Katie loses no time in telling her that soon apple tree branches will be blossoming out of her ears. Based on a real incident from their childhood, Harriet Lerner and her sister Susan Goldhor bring us a zany and poignant story about the joys and hazards of straying from the truth. Delightfully playful pictures by Catharine O'Neill enliven this special story about the power of suggestion, imagination and forgiveness. What's So Terrible About Swallowing an Apple Seed? is an American Booksellers pick of the list award.(For readers age 4-7)About the Author:
Harriet Lerner, Ph.D., is one of our nation’s most loved and respected relationship experts. Renowned for her work on the psychology of women and family relationships, she served as a staff psychologist at the Menninger Clinic for more than two decades. A distinguished lecturer, workshop leader, and psychotherapist, she is the author of The Dance of Anger and other bestselling books. She is also, with her sister, an award-winning children's book writer. She and her husband are therapists in Lawrence, Kansas, and have two sons.
Susan Goldhor is a biologist who has traced mouse movements around a small island, collected sheep-guarding dogs from mountain villages in Turkey, and recycled organic wastes into a variety of products. Her latest project is exploring what fish like to eat. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Tamworth, New Hampshire, with her husband, who is a physicist.
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Book Description HarperCollins, New York, NY. USA, 2001. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, as Issued. O'Neill, Catharine (illustrator). Bookseller Inventory # 009607
Book Description HarperCollins, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110064438163
Book Description HarperCollins, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0064438163