Ned's New Home

Ned s New Home When Ned s apple begins to rot he must search for a new house A pear isn t quite right A watermelon isn t perfect either A pile of blueberries All wrong Will any other fruit make Ned feel at home aga

  • Title: Ned's New Home
  • Author: Kevin Tseng
  • ISBN: 9781582462974
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Ned s apple begins to rot, he must search for a new house.A pear isn t quite right.A watermelon isn t perfect either.A pile of blueberries All wrong Will any other fruit make Ned feel at home again Little ones will love this happy story about finding the perfect place to call home.
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      Published :2019-06-07T02:32:46+00:00

    273 Comment

    • Valencia says:

      Very cute story. Ned, the worm is very industrious!

    • Elisabeth says:

      would be great for a fruit storytime

    • Sierra says:

      So a worm named Ted lives in an apple but one day the apple begins to rot, so he moves out in search of another home. He tries living in many different fruits, but none of them work out such as a pear that ends up being too wobbly, then his cherry home creation falls apart, and no one can find him in a kiwi. He then takes a little ride in the sky due to the help of a bird but there was still no place for Ned the worm to live. But Ned ended up falling from a Cherry and as he is floating down on a [...]

    • Nicole says:

      This book has a very simple and cute message about a worm who loves his home in an apple, but once it turns rotten he simple can’t live there anymore. He ends up going on many adventures in search of a new home. He tries out all different kinds of fruit but nothing is quite like the apple that he loves living in. But, one day when he is trying out life with the cherries he ends up getting carried away with a bird. He goes on a very long journey but when the bird lets him go, he falls right int [...]

    • Briana says:

      So, this worm lives in an apple. One day the apple begins to rot, so he moves out in search of another home. He tries living in many different fruits, but none cut the cake. In the end, he gets another apple home. My main problem with this story is that he is going to have to keep moving from apple to apple forever because all fruit rots eventually! I'm probably reading too much into it. Cute little book.

    • Peacegal says:

      Thanks to my childhood book "Bucky the Bookworm" I have an inordinate fondness for caterpillars, especially cartoon ones in children's books.

    • Dodie says:

      Ned's is a real homebody. When his apple home, perfect for a worm, begins to rot, he has to start searching for a new house. A pear ends up being too wobbly, his cherry home creation falls apart, and no one can find him in a kiwi. An accidental ride in the sky lands him in an apple tree - what luck! A sweet story about finding your way back to friends and a place to live.

    • Leila T. says:

      For my taste, the illustrations skew a little simplistic? But this captivated Marzieh, and she ended up reading it several times by herself, as well as asking me to read it three more times :). The story is pretty cute, although the last page itself is a bit of a non-sequitur. Of course I changed the male pronoun to female.

    • Cheryl says:

      Cute, cheerful illustrations go perfectly with the lively text of a little worm who has to move when his home in the apple starts to rot. He tries multiple solutions until he finds the perfect new home.

    • Tricia says:

      Very cute book about a worm whose apple rots so he searches for a new home. Covers different types of fruits and the idea of home. Girls wanted to read it twiceways a good endorsement for a title.

    • Hayley says:

      This is one of the best books for toddlers out right now. It just launched, and I'm proud to say I'm lucky enough to publicize it. It has a simple story that both toddlers and adults will appreciate. It's simply cute.

    • MM says:

      I guess I should mark this as "current reading" because Simone asks me to read this over and over to her. It's nicely illustrated, cute story.

    • Beth says:

      Sweet story with great fruit vocabulary.

    • Geni says:

      Fun story for felt board

    • Sarah says:

      Good for a worm story time!

    • Susan says:

      Such a fun story about a worm looking for a home. My very active preschooler LOVED it.

    • Leah says:

      Cute. Might work with class visit on apple theme.

    • Jen says:

      reviews colors, predators, habitats, great book!

    • Stephanie says:

      Discovered this when looking for picture books on homes. A sweet gentle story, great for young listeners.

    • Kaye says:

      A fanciful book about living inside different fruits.

    • Aspasia says:

      Ned the worm must find a new home when his apple house rots. He tries various fruit to find the perfect home.

    • Vandy says:

      color, fruits n home concept

    • Anji says:

      Cute way to introduce different types of fruit to children.

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