My Granny Went to Market: A Round-the-world Counting Rhyme
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His travels include India, Cuba, Tunisia, Peru, Tahiti, Australia, the Comoros Islands, New York, Los Angeles and London.
Perfect for learning how to count, as well as introducing children to a host of bird names, this rhyming text is great for reading aloud. This rhyming story will take young readers on an adventure to different countries while teaching them to count along the way. A beautifully illustrated book, full of detail and colour… Not only is this a counting and rhyming book, it also provides some clear explanations as to unfamiliar terms covered within the text.The book is cleverly done as a counting rhyme, tracking granny’s progress around the world and increasing the number of objects bought as she travels. Finally, there is also a map at the front and back of the book that shows the path of Granny's travels. Registered office address: Office 6 HQ Business Centre | 237 Union Street | Plymouth | PL1 3HQ | UK.
This book would be a great way to lead into activities and lessons about different countries and cultures. The book is full of beautiful, big and bright pictures, drawing the reader’s eye to examine them in more detail. She lives in southwest England, and enjoys walking and working in her garden as well as doing nothing whenever she has the chance.
Also, this book brings all of the cultural diversities together all in one setting as well as it shows how different each of them are.
My Granny Went to Market: A Round-the-World Counting Rhyme by Stella Blackstone is a lovely book with beautiful illustrations.An entertaining story, while revealing a captivating illustration on each page of the very finest quality. Not only is this a counting and rhyming book, it also provides some clear explanations as to unfamiliar terms covered within the text. Granny went to Market is a fun book about a Granny flying around the world purchasing different items. His round-the-world travels have provided much inspiration for his work, and his first trip to India in 1986 resulted in a one person show entitled ‘Wel-come To India’ which was followed by a book and a short BBC TV film of the same name.