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My Granny Went to Market: A Round-The-World…
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My Granny Went to Market: A Round-The-World Counting Rhyme [MY GRANNY WENT… (original: 2005; edição: 2006)

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A child's grandmother travels around the world, buying things in quantities that illustrate counting from one to ten.
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Título:My Granny Went to Market: A Round-The-World Counting Rhyme [MY GRANNY WENT TO MARKET]
Autores:StellaBlackstone (Autor)
Informação:Barefoot Books (2006), 24 pages
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My Granny Went to Market de Stella Blackstone (2005)

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This book is geared to a much younger audience than the other books I have reviewed, but I love it too much to pass. It tells the story of Granny who travels around the world to pick up different items. Each page containing a different location has pictures of all the popular/well-known items from the area. It would be a great way to introduce diversity or go over geography with younger students. ( )
  kodonnell | Apr 5, 2020 |
Very interesting. I think that there was so much more to talk about on each page than just what was written. ( )
  lissabeth21 | Oct 3, 2017 |
Summary: Granny takes her magic carpet around the world to different cultures and peoples. She collects an impressive souvenir collection in the process.

Personal Reaction: This is definitely a book for the younger audience. However, this book teaches counting and has a bunch of rhyming, so it will keep the younger kids engaged the whole time. Its simple and easy to read, I really liked it.

Classroom Extension: I would love to take a field trip to the international fair with my kids and show them all the world has to offer. This book would be a good Segway into that. I believe that broadening the young minds of today will allow for more tolerance later. ( )
  Soonerfan1999 | Oct 28, 2015 |
In my opinion “My Granny went to Market” by Stella Blackstone and Christopher Corr is an interesting book for students to read. The story is interactive and allows students to go on a journey as well as count objects in a market. For example, in Thailand granny gets two cats. Also, the story infuses different languages from countries around the world. In Thailand, it explains that “puyin” means little girl and “puchai” means little boy. This expands student’s knowledge about language and places such as Australia, China, Kenya, and Russia as well as gives them a fun story to read. The big idea of this story is learning about cultures and counting while taking a fun adventure! ( )
  rschin1 | Apr 24, 2014 |
I think the first aspect that will attract children to "My Granny Went to Market: A Round-the-World Counting Rhyme", are the bright, detailed, folk art style illustrations, that portray the text perfectly. It's also quite an entertaining story about a grandma who travels around the world mostly on a flying carpet and it describes what she purchases along the way. With every place the Grandma visits, she gradually buys more items. Therefore by the end of the book, she has worked through the numbers 1 to 10, with the amount of goods she has bought in each place. "My Granny Went to Market: A Round-the-World Counting Rhyme" is a fantastic educational tool because not only would the reader learn about counting but they would also learn a bit about the various cultures the book describes. Due to this reason and for the amount of text it has, it would be suitable for ages of about 3 to 8. As well as this I think children would be enthusiastic about this book because of the fact that it's a rhyme. Therefore they would have a lot of fun reading it aloud. ( )
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