Adventures at Green Apple Acres in the Woods Book Six


Adventures at Green Apple Acres Book Six, features animals on the farm…in the woods! A little different than the horses and barn cats featured in the stories in the previous books. Two barn cats and two horses are in the stories to link the farm horses and cats with the farm animals in the woods. Animals navigate challenges on the farm learning big life lessons. Interactive questions after every story. Morals and lessons in each story. Five stories in the book. Beautiful illustrations. Real photos of the animals in the back of the book if they are real.

In the Woods animals are an opossum who thinks she is ugly; a barred owl who is afraid to fly higher; a raccoon who lies to her mother, more than once; a skunk and a barn cat who are friends, but the other barn cats and the other skunks do not like their friendship; and a herd of deer who are searching for a new home in the woods.

BUY ALL SEVEN Adventures at Green Apple Acres books to complete your set! To read all about the characters and real farm animals visit the Green Apple Acres website.

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Stories in Book Six:

“Ruby the Opossum Takes a Second Look”…Beauty is who you are on the inside: your heart, your character, how much you care about others, and your integrity.

“Oliver the Owl Soars to New Heights”…Overcoming your fears brings exciting new adventures.

“Tessie the Raccoon Tells a Lie”…A lie hurts everyone; it’s always best to tell the truth.

“Tattoo the Barn Cat and Tippy the Skunk, a Unique Friendship”…Companionship is very important. Follow your heart when choosing your friends.

“Tuck the Deer Leads his Herd to a New Home”…Choosing a new home is a difficult decision. It’s not only the location that’s important; it’s the animals in that community, too.

Each story includes…

  • A moral and lesson for children told through the farm animals’ experiences.
  • Apple Nuggets from Dee Dee, a summary that touches upon the themes and lessons.
  • Apple Niblets, encouraging readers to think about the themes or discuss them with caregivers.
  • Seeds of Wisdom, inspirational quotations that match each story’s theme.
  • Plus Apple Critters, at the end of the book, featuring photos of the real-life animals who inspired the characters.

And so these were special times at Green Apple Acres, a magical place where adventures are always a moment away, and there are always lessons to be learned!



Cynthia-Sudor-with-SydHaving a vivid imagination from an early age, Cynthia A. Sudor loved reading and imagining the characters in the books she read coming to life. She also loved to draw, especially horses. She often walked to the public library, over a mile from her home in Hershey, Pennsylvania, and then walked home with an armload of books…mostly horse books! Sometimes, on a hot day, she would sit in one of the library’s soft wingback chairs and read for hours until she picked up her books and walked home again. Libraries were a perfect place to read, let her imagination soar, and let the time drift by.

Life is full of adventures! Cynthia always wanted to become a children’s writer like Marguerite Henry, author of King of the Wind featuring Sham, an Arabian stallion. These early experiences inspired Cynthia to begin her children’s book series, Adventures at Green Apple Acres. Books One and Two received international awards. She founded CARACYN Publishing to support her own work and to publish books by other authors, one of which won first place in the National Christian Authors Award contest, making her both an award-winning children’s author and an award-winning publisher. “Believe in your dreams. Work to make them happen and they will happen,” advises Cynthia. “I am proof that dreams do come true! It takes hard work and it might not happen right away, but they do happen.” She hopes that all of her readers have dreams and that they work to make them come true…and to have all of the adventures, excitement, and joy that come with them!  •

Additional information

Weight 24.0 oz

96 pages


8 to 12, younger children also enjoy the stories and beautiful illustrations