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#FridayPick{ture}Book – Supermarket Zoo

on November 9, 2012

I’m taking part in ChildLedChao’s Friday Pick{ture} Book linky again this week and really wanted to share another favourite book of my daughter’s entitled Supermarket Zoo (Caryl Hart & Ed Eaves, Simon and Schuster UK Ltd, 2010)

I am currently reading this EVERY night!

It’s all about a little boy who really hates going shopping with his mum… until that is he goes to the Supermarket Zoo!

“At the supermarket, the first thing I notice is our trolley. It’s enormous – I can’t even reach the handle. And there’s a funny smell. Mum doesn’t seem to notice, she just hands me the shopping list and sets off.”

Albie heads off for the most alternative shopping trip he’s ever had and soon realizes that not every shopping trip is bad!

It’s a fun and entertaining read that every child will love.

If you have a favourite book why not link up with Friday Pick{ture} Book across at ChildLedChaos?

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5 responses to “#FridayPick{ture}Book – Supermarket Zoo

  1. A very good choice! I’m just writing mine (late again!) but it’s also Caryl Hart! The third in the series with Abie (Welcome to Alien School) has just been nominated for the Red House Children’s Book Award, there’s a post by Caryl on my blog if you haven’t seen it 🙂

  2. Sharon says:

    Our current firm favourite is “Dogs don’t do ballet” we read it everynight and my girls love it. Especially when we do silly voices for all the characters

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