Item description for To Market, To Market by Anne Miranda & Janet Stevens...
Overview Starting with the nursery rhyme about buying a fat pig at market, this tale goes on to describe a series of unruly animals that run amok, evading capture and preventing the narrator from cooking lunch.
Publishers Description Anne Miranda's inventive twist on a classic rhyme tells what happens after a shopper goes "to market, to market, to buy a fat pig." Back home the pig promptly escapes, and soon the pig's in the kitchen, the lamb's on the bed, the cow's on the couch--and the rest of the animals are wreaking havoc throughout the house.
Citations And Professional Reviews To Market, To Market by Anne Miranda & Janet Stevens has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/2010 page 1445
PW Notes and Reprints - 09/03/2001 page 90
Publishers Weekly - 09/03/2001
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.64" Width: 9.58" Height: 0.11" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2001
Publisher Voyager Books
ISBN 0152163980 ISBN13 9780152163983
Availability 102 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 21, 2017 10:35.
Usually ships within one to two business days from La Vergne, TN.
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More About Anne Miranda & Janet Stevens
ANNE MIRANDA has written many children s books, including Night Songs, which she also illustrated, and Glad Monster, Sad Monster: A Book About Feelings. She lives in Madrid, Spain. JANET STEVENS is the author-illustrator of many books for children, including the Caldecott Honor Book Tops & Bottoms, the Texas Bluebonnet Award winner Cook-a-Doodle-Doo!, and, most recently, And the Dish Ran Away with the Spoon, which she cowrote with her sister, Susan Stevens Crummel. She lives in Boulder, Colorado. "
Reviews - What do customers think about To Market, To Market?
Fun twist on the old nursery rhyme Apr 29, 2008
We first saw this book at our local Children's Museum. After reading it, I had to have this as part of our home library. The illustrations are so original, as is the funny story. It makes us laugh each time we read it together. Plus, the final soup is made of lots of different kinds of vegetables--a great healthy meal reinforcement for your preschooler.
A great new version of an old standard Feb 13, 2008
My grandmother used to tell me this story and now I can pass that on to my grandchildren who unfortunately do not live in the same state. It's a wonderful story (with lines I still quote as an adult!) and terrific illustrations that will make you laugh right out loud.
Our favorite Jan 18, 2008
The juxtaposition of the photograph-like mishmashed black and white backgrounds with the colorful illustrations of characters and key items make this book fun and interesting to look at. The twist on the nursery rhyme is hilarious and easy for children to identify with. My child loves to point out the different animals and vegetables and always laughs throughout the story (a lamb hanging out in the diswasher, etc gets lots of giggles). Makes vegetables fun.
one of our top 5 favorites! Feb 3, 2007
We just love the cadence of the words, so fun to read. And the art is so unique, mixing photography with drawing of the characters. My 3 year old picks this one over and over. GREAT gift for a vegetarian friend! (the lady in the book gets so fed up going to Market and managing the animals and fish she has purchased, that she finally gives up and makes veggie soup for everyone~animals included) We are not vegetarians, and this book in no way was preaching Veganism...but it would be appreciated on another level by a Vegan I think. Just buy it...its great.
A great adaption of an old nursery rhyme Jan 15, 2007
Anne Miranda made a fun story out of a small nursery rhyme.
The book keeps the rhythm of the old rhyme but you will have trouble keeping it as the artwork has many things to take you away from the story.
The pictures made my daughter stay on each page for a little while as she had to see what happened as each animal started to trash the old lady's house.
It's a great little book and I have had to read it every night. A couple times in fact.