At the Supermarket by Anne Rockwell
  

Synopsis

At the Supermarket by Anne Rockwell

On a special trip to the supermarket, a young boy helps his mom buy what they need. There are meats, fruits, and vegetables to put in the shopping cart; soap and toilet paper, too. But the most important ingredients are those needed to bake a birthday cake. Children love to help out at the grocery store. In her signature style, Anne Rockwell conveys the adventure of a trip to the supermarket from a young child's point-of-view.

Reviews

Rockwell s cheery paintings and child-focused text make this a delightful selection to share all year round. -School Library Journal

Rockwell's 1979 classic gets a makeover with new illustrations and an updated story. . . . Its quiet clarity is sure to attract newcomers who appreciate the simpler pace of life it reflects. Kirkus Reviews

The brightly colored gouache illustrations on white backgrounds show the child helping to fill the cart and feature such items as produce and a container of ice cream alone on the page, making identification easy. This is a fun, educational read-aloud. School Library Journal



About the Author

Anne Rockwell is the author and illustrator of more than one hundred books for young readers, including Welcome to Kindergarten and My Preschool. The mother of three grown children and four grandchildren, Anne Rockwell lives in Greenwich, Connecticut.

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Format

Hardback
30 pages

Author

Anne Rockwell
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Publisher

Henry Holt & Company Inc

Publication date

23rd October 2015

ISBN

9781627793155


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