Shopping by James Nixon


Shopping by James Nixon

Some aspects of how we shop have changed considerably, some things have hardly changed at all. Markets are still brilliant places to buy fruit and vegetables but giant supermarkets and internet shopping are the norm today. Looking at clothes, money, sweets, advertising, department stores, high streets and the different ways we buy food - this is a fascinating look at how shopping has changed over time. Part of the How Have Things Changed series - eight brilliant books covering all aspects of our day-to-day lives.

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James Nixon is an experienced editor and author of children's books.

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32 pages


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Publication date

25th July 2013



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