I Like Oranges
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I Like Oranges

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Published by Tandem Library .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Health & Daily Living - Diet & Nutrition,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Oranges,
  • Children: Preschool

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatSchool & Library Binding
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9738739M
ISBN 100613520890
ISBN 109780613520898

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  Like "I Like Fruit," "I Like Vegetables" has some tactile spots on each page, like satiny peas and a real checkered cloth lining the veggie basket at the end of the book. Best of all, my daughter (19 mo) enjoys the book and asks me to read it over and over and over/5(24).   I like orange could mean that you like a colour or could mean the flavour you prefer in drinks. I like oranges means you like the fruit 'oranges' only. The adding of the letter 's' to the end changes the meaning of the word orange or 'context'. John McPhee's Oranges is just what it sounds like: a book about oranges. The pages are filled with everything the average person would ever wish to know about the fruit, but it doesn't read like a textbook; on the contrary, it sweeps you up and doesn't set you back down until the end (which, I admit, was incredibly abrupt)/5. His life far from their secular Jewish childhood in Texas was as mysterious to her as their tangled past. In this affecting family saga, Brenner investigates their contentious history and discovers how inspiring it can be to turn a brother into an ally. Honest, funny, and true, Apples and Oranges is a moving story of sibling rivalry and redemption/5(23).

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