• Sep 13, 2016 6:00 am
  • 55:58 mins
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Henry David Thoreau once said, "It is remarkable how closely the history of the apple tree is connected with that of man.” For a show named "The Apple Seed" our appreciation for a good crisp apple, and a fresh story is very high.  “And when you crush an apple with your teeth, say to it in your heart: Your seeds shall live in my body, And the buds of your tomorrow shall blossom in my heart, And your fragrance shall be my breath, And together we shall rejoice through all the seasons.” - Kahlil Gibran Stories included in this episode:  Johnny Appleseed Tim Lowry shares the story of one of the most popular figures in American folklore. To learn more about Tim Lowry visit Jack and the Sally-Bally Once upon a time, a smart boy named Jack lived in the wooded hills of the Ozarks... To learn more about Richard and Judy Dockery-Young visit Brat Lots of mischief is to be had when you're a kid with brothers. To learn more about Martha Reed Johnson visit Legend of the Mingo Black Adam Booth is able to see stories in every inch of the West Virginian landscape. To learn more about Adam Booth visit Iduna and the Magic Apples Iduna, a goddess who tends to her garden with great care, becomes a part of one of Loki's tricks. To learn more about Beatrice Bowles visit

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