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Johnny Appleseed

Johnny Appleseed Rhymed text and illustrations relate the life of John Chapman whose distribution of apple seeds and trees across the Midwest made him a legend and left a legacy still enjoyed today

  • Title: Johnny Appleseed
  • Author: Reeve Lindbergh Kathy Jakobsen
  • ISBN: 9780316526340
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rhymed text and illustrations relate the life of John Chapman, whose distribution of apple seeds and trees across the Midwest made him a legend and left a legacy still enjoyed today.

    Johnny Appleseed Steven Kellogg Johnny Appleseed is a legend who captures the imagination Few books, however, exist on this man who has become almost a myth I know, because after reading this book I tried to find a in depth grownup book that would tell me about this man. Johnny Appleseed Reeve Lindbergh, Kathy Jakobsen Johnny Appleseed by Reeve Lindbergh is one of my favorite children s books The poem tells the story of Johnny Appleseed in a delightful way, and this is a great introduction to Johnny Appleseed Folk Hero Biography Johnny Appleseed is a folk hero based on frontier nurseryman John Chapman, who established orchards throughout the American Midwest. Johnny Appleseed Was Born Johnny Appleseed Was Born September , You ve probably heard about the legendary Johnny Appleseed who, according to story and song, spread his apple seeds all over the nation. Facts That Tell the True Story of Johnny Appleseed A hero of American folklore, Johnny Appleseed was said to be a barefoot wanderer with a tin pot hat, and a sack of apples, so he might leave the start of trees everywhere he went But unlike his Johnny Appleseed Festival Sheffield, Pennsylvania Dear Friends We are pleased and excited to present the th annual Johnny Appleseed Festival October , We are looking forward to what will be an exciting and fun Ohio and the Legend of Johnny Appleseed TripSavvy One of Ohio s most colorful and beloved legends is that of Johnny Appleseed, the kindly and eccentric farmer who spawned the apple industry in Northern Ohio, Western Pennsylvania, and throughout Indiana Johnny Appleseed was a real man, named John Chapman, and his real story is only slightly less sensational than the legend. Johnny Appleseed Disney Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia Johnny Appleseed is the main protagonist from The Legend of Johnny Appleseed, a segment of Melody Time Johnny Appleseed is first seen picking apples from his planted apple trees in his garden of his home in Pittsburgh as he sings with his bird and bee friends about how good the Lord has been to Johnny Appleseed Metropolitan Park District Johnny Regardless of your age there is something to enjoy at the Johnny Appleseed Metropolitan Park District s park locations The parks are open daily year round. Johnny Appleseed A Pioneer and a Legend Johnny Appleseed A Pioneer and a Legend Yes, Johnny Appleseed was a real live person His name was John Chapman He was born in Leominster, Massachusetts,

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    1. Johnny Appleseed who really was, Johnny Chapman has always been a great story nationwide especially in the Midwest where he started his journey in planting apples. A great way to introduce the history of apple, Johnny Appleseed, Native Americans, Life in the Midwest, how people where date back in the century, love, nature and many more. This is a great book because it hold rich histories about America and the many things you can do with apples.

    2. There are many legends about John Chapman, the quiet man who planted apple orchards across early America. This book captures the romantic mystery of these legends, while emphasizing that they are based on a real person's story. The book opens as young Hannah spies him coming down the road toward her family's homestead. He stays for dinner, and leaves some apple seedlings for the family when he goes away. Throughout the years he plants apple trees across the land. When many decades later he retur [...]

    3. A great educational book for your children of all ages. My 5 yr old loved it as well as my 3 yr old twins. Lots of good information with beautiful pictures that will help keep children engaged. The poem was beautiful and the illustrations were so detailed! So much going on in each picture, we stopped for a while on each one to check them out. All my kids noticed different things in the picture. This was a recommendation for an additional read to our US history lesson on Appleseed, and my son lov [...]

    4. Beautifully illustrated and wonderfully poetic in presentation this book was fun to read. Not as fact based as I would have hoped in the main text, it still told the truth effectively in the afterword and conveyed many of the myths of his life in the central text. It was a great joy to read this.

    5. Title: Johnny AppleseedAuthor: Reeve LindberghIllustrator: Kathy Jakobsen Genre: Legend, fictionTheme(s): rhyming, apple growers, frontier and pioneer life, appreciation Opening line/sentence:In the early days of the American frontier, when most of this nation was still wild, unsettled land, there lived a man of great courage and gentleness who traveled through the wilderness, planting apple trees. Brief Book Summary: Written in rhyming narrative verse, this book is about the life of John Chapma [...]

    6. Title: Johnny Appleseed Author: Reeve LindberghIllustrator: Kathy JakobsenGenre: LegendTheme(s): Food, Exploration, AppreciationOpening line/sentence: “In the early days of the American frontier, the most of this nation was still wild and unsettled land.There lived a man of great courage and gentleness, Who travelled through the wilderness planting apple trees.”Brief Book Summary: We follow the journey of John Chapman, better known as Johnny Appleseed, through his journey across the country [...]

    7. Title: Johnny AppleseedAuthor: Reeve LindberghIllustrator: Kathy JakobsenGenre: LegendTheme(s): Selflessness/Random Acts of KindnessOpening line/sentence: “Who was Johnny Appleseed?”Brief Book Summary: Johnny Appleseed traveled around and planted apple seeds to grow apple trees. Professional Recommendation/Review #1: Lindbergh, Reeve and Jakobsen, Kathy Johnny Appleseed 32 pp. ISBN 0-316-52618-5 (1) K-3 series. Through verse and illustration, this splendid production is a glorious celebratio [...]

    8. The story of Johnny Appleseed has long been a favorite, cherished legend of the American frontier for generations of young children, and this magical collaboration between poet Lindbergh and illustrator Jakobsen is a sweet and simple way to introduce it. Both poem and illustrations are beautifully simple, lacking all artiface, and are thus wonderfully appropriate for descibing a legend famous for those same qualities.Lindbergh's poem tells Johnny Appleseed's story through the perspective of one [...]

    9. Originally posted on CreativeMadnessMamaWe are starting Memoria Press Second Grade Enrichment Guide and the first book selection for our studies is this one, Johnny Appleseed: A Poem by Reeve Lindbergh. The first discovery I was surprised by is that Reeve is actually a female, which I wouldn't have assumed from the name. After we read through this one, I discovered there is actually an animated story version of it streaming on Discovery Education. As I had one day left before our summer free tri [...]

    10. Category (none)Book that I want to shareDescription1. Born John Chapman, Johnny Appleseed was known to have planted many apple seeds in the western part of the country around 200 years ago; apples were a good, quick source of food for people and soldiers to eat during any time of the year. Planting many seedlings that grew into trees, Johnny became famous for his intuition of how to make several kinds of foods from apples. On one can bit into an apple without giving partial thanks to Johnny Appl [...]

    11. The story of John Chapman, also known as "Johnny Appleseed", is amazing. He was born in Leominster, MA in 1774, and when he grew up, he dedicated his life to growing apple trees all across America. He walked all over America, during the time of the Western Frontier, spreading apple seeds in the ground and watching apple trees grow. All he ever carried with him on his journeys were apple seeds and his Bible; he didn't carry any weapons, and he was friends with the Native Americans. "Johnny Apples [...]

    12. We found a video treat at our library: we just watched Video Collection: The Scrambled States of America and More Stories to Celebrate Our Country DVD, which features animated adaptations of children's storybooks with celebrity narrators. This story was narrated by Mary McDonnell with music by Randy Scruggs and we just loved the format. It reminded us of the Tumblebooks animations that we occasionally watch online. As the book is narrated, we followed along with a slightly animated version of t [...]

    13. What I loved about this book were the illustrations. On the side of the page where there was text, it was outlined with an old quilt pattern and pictures of what had happened previously to the seed/tree and Johnny as well as where he was headed. The pictures really tell a story in this book. It is so beautiful and warm. I had never actually read the story of Johnny Appleseed and I was surprised in this poem who much they talked about God and being thankful to Him for the harvest. I am not sure y [...]

    14. 1. The book "Johnny Appleseed" by Reeve Lindbergh is a book about John Chapman. It explains how he distributed apple seeds and trees across the midwest. John Chapman is still a legend today and this book shows the history behind his legacy.2. I think this text is great to read to young learners in the fall. You can pair it with a book about apples. The pictures are wonderful. Also, it is a rhymed text.3. I would pair this book with "How do Apples grow?" by Betsy Maestro.4. "A hundred apple autum [...]

    15. Interest Level: K-3Reading Level Equivalent: 4.5This is a poem about John Chapman, also known as Johnny Appleseed because he planted apple seeds across the Midwest of the United States. In the poem he walks everywhere planting the seeds and sharing stories with people he meets. The poem is Fiction because John did not plant all the orchards in America but he did own nurseries in three states (Pennsylvania, Ohio and Northern Indiana) and contributed to bringing apples to the frontiers in the 1800 [...]

    16. Johnny Appleseed is the story of a young man who went all around the Midwest and planted trees. Johnny had a good attitude about him; the book reiterates several times that everything in life works just fine. This book was pretty boring to me, although I have a disposition towards fantasy or science fiction so that may be part of the problem. Parts of the book rhymed, which made it a little more fun to read. Overall the kids that I read to thought this book was average; I agree with their assess [...]

    17. Audio; American folklore (and stories about history) - read by different narrators.1. Johnny Appleseed / by Reeve Lindbergh - skipped (annoyed by repetitive background music and reader's cheery voice).2. Martin's big words / by Doreen Rappaport - nice.3. Players in pigtails / by Shana Corey - women's baseball during WW2; includes songs at end (pleasant enough).4. This land is your land / written and sung by Woody Guthrie - includes biography of Woody with music clips samples.

    18. Awards: NoneAppropriate Grade Level: PreK-3rd GradeSummary: This book relates to the life of John Chapman. His distribution of apple seeds and trees made him a legend. Johnny Appleseed left a legacy that is still enjoyed everyday.Review: This book is a great way to teach children about the past. The illustrations are very creative and detailed. This book is a child friendly story that young students can understand.In-class uses: 1)to teach about Johnny Appleseed 2)for fun

    19. My practicum IIE 1st grade classroom read this book in celebration of Johnny's birthday. The book was a short biography of Johnny's life and how he became known as Johnny Appleseed. They seemed to love it, and enjoy the rhyming that was present throughout the story. I thought there could have been a little more detail. The age range for this book is early-middle elementary.

    20. This poem book has traveled with me through my elementary years and was always a favorite. Good book to go along with the rememberance of johnny appleseed and the godly deed he did for 6 states. It is a catchy book because of the poem setup it has. First read this book in kindergarden and read it at least once every elementary school year since then. Great book for teachers to incorporate.

    21. This story is about the adventure that Johnny Appleseed goes on. He walked place-to-place planting seeds to grow apple trees. Today, his legend is still celebrated. One activity to do with this book is to have students sample various types of apples and create a Venn Diagram of ways they are similar and different.

    22. Classic tale of Johnny Appleseed which can be retold to every grade throughout elementary school. The teacher could even have a guest "Johnny Appleseed" come into the classroom and read it to them. Deals with the classic tale of Johnny Appleseed retold once agian, and can be used to study apples and classic tales.

    23. This poem book has traveled with me through my elementary years and was always a favorite. Good book to go along with the remembrance of johnny appleseed and the godly deed he did for 6 states. It is a catchy book because of the poem setup it has. First read this book in kindergarden and read it at least once every elementary school year since then. Great book for teachers to incorporate.

    24. This book talks about Johhny Appleseed. His real name is John Chapman. He is a conservationist who belives to save the environment by keeping everything clean and safe. He travel around the states to plant many different appleseed just so we have apple to eat. This is a good book to teach children to recycle and keep the environment clean.

    25. My class is learning about some American Heroes and we began the unit with Johnny Appleseed. This book had great illustrations, and thoroughly explained the life of John Chapman, fondly and more commonly known as Johnny Appleseed. It explains how and why he began spreading apple trees all over Ohio, and traveled from place to place.

    26. This charming book is a lovely way to introduce children to the character of Johnny Appleseed. The author does an excellent job of conveying the mission of Johnny Appleseed and the benefits he bestowed on future generations. The beautiful folk art paintings by Kathy Jakobsen add much appeal to this folk hero's story.

    27. This is a super fun story about the legend of Johnny Appleseed. It tells the story of him traveling the country, planting apple trees and helping people. The illustrations were beautifully done. I really enjoyed this book.

    28. The tale of Johnny Appleseed has been written into a poem and tells the story of how Johnny Appleseed shared his trees and seeds and helped establish apple trees throughout the land. This is a modern day tale of Johnny Appleseed and the story is presented in a way for children to enjoy.

    29. Very focused on the myth of the nature loving american mythic Johnny Appleseed, the illustrations are lovely and the poem charming to read. I like the vegan Johnny Appleseed refusing to harm any of God's creatures. Perfect autumnal read.

    30. Lindbergh's poem about Johnny Appleseed is fine; Jakobsen's artwork is divine. Booklist calls it "An eye-catching book." Understatement! The paintings steal the show, and then some. The kids couldn't get enough of Kathy Jakobsen's folk art. I couldn't either. Very highly recommended.

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