My Little Apple

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⚠️Closed until Fall 2019

New Location in Murphys TBA Fall 2019

⚠️TEMPORARILY CLOSED UNTIL FALL 2019 – My Little Apple will be taking a summer hiatus and re-opening at a new locating in Murphys in the Fall of 2019. Read about exciting changes coming to My Little Apple and stay up to date as new information is released by following My Little Apple on Facebook here.

A recent Calaveras Innovations in Tourism Award Winner, My Little Apple is committed to sustainable practices including coming up with innovative ways to provide access to local artisan goods for more affordable prices. My Little Apple provides a safe and kid-friendly retail environment where parents and guardians can shop with an easy mind while their kids play and explore the shop.

My Little Apple has all of your infant, toddler, and children’s daily (and holiday) clothing needs.

This fun and quirky business places a high priority on sustainable practices that strive to provide affordable goods that the whole planet can feel good about. But don’t take our word for it, check out some of the reviews this new business is getting on-line.

Find upcycled fashion from local artists at My Little Apple.

This charming shop provides numerous gifts for mothers as well. Strollers, cribs, books, toys, family friendly local-artisan crafts and Calaveras Etsy goods are available here as well. Featuring gently used high quality items for affordable prices, My Little Apple has a strong focus on fun goods (see picture at left) made by affordable local-makers, and sustainability. One of the ways My Little Apple goes the extra mile is by providing old clothes to local artists to be upcycled into fun new looks for the little ones in your life. The local artists are then able to sell the goods to My Little Apple customers at a lower price.

A one-stop-shop for all things baby/kid/pregnant citizens, many of My Little Apple’s items are consigned (meaning they are very gently used and more affordable). You won’t want to miss this charming shop and it’s resourceful owner Yebuny. Make sure to tell her we said hello.

With three rooms of sustainable and playful clothes, toys, and locally made artisan goods–you’ll find gifts for even the pickiest child shoppers in your life.