FOR CHILDREN

Shooing error away

Early each fall, Heather and her family pick apples. They drive to the country, past fields of corn, to a large apple orchard where people can pick their own apples.

Everyone gets on green wagons that are pulled by a large green tractor to the trees with the ripe fruit. There are always so many apples on the trees that it's easy for a little girl like Heather to pick her own apples and put them in her sack.

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