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The Story of Johnny Appleseed

by Aliki

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Retells the wandering of John Chapman whose devotion to planting apple trees made him a legendary figure in American history.
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I remember reading about Johnny Appleseed as a kid so this book brought back fond memories. I think it is important for children to read this book because it tells about pioneers, Indians, and of that time period. ( )
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