Edward Hemingway - Bad Apple: A Tale of Friendship

All Library locations will be closed on Sunday, April 20, in observance of the Easter holiday.

Writer/illustrator Edward Hemingway reads from his new book about Mac the apple and Will the worm, unlikely best friends who must stand up to bullies who just don’t understand their relationship.
Saturday, October 20, 2012
1:00pm @ Plaza Branch

October is National Anti-Bullying Awareness Month, making it just the right time for children and their parents to be introduced to the remarkable characters in Edward Hemingway’s new book Bad Apple: A Tale of Friendship.

Mac is an apple living in a world populated by other apples. There’s his Grandmother (a green Granny Smith apple) and a bunch of unpleasant crab apples.

But Mac’s new best friend is a Will the worm. Apples and worms aren’t supposed to go together, but Mac and Will are best friends. The question is, can their relationship survive the bullies urging Mac to abandon his buddy? Can he stand up to their cries of: “Look at Mac! He’s got worms! Mac’s a rotten apple!”

Hemingway – grandson of famed novelist Ernest Hemingway – studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the School of Visual Arts. His writing and illustrations have appeared in Nickelodeon magazine, GQ, Gourmet, and The New York Times. His previous book for children is Bump in the Night.