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To Market, to Market (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – April 2011


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Nikki McClure is a self-taught artist who has been making paper-cuts since 1996. She is the author and illustrator of "Collect Raindrops" and "Mama, Is It Summer Yet?" and the illustrator of "All in a Day, " by Cynthia Rylant, which won the Pacific Northwest Bookseller's award. She visits her farmers market in Olympia, Washington, every week. Visit her online at www.nikkimcclure.com.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen A wonderful picture book that celebrates the Farmer's Market 16. Juni 2011
Von Z Hayes - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
My six-year-old and I enjoyed reading Nikki McClure's descriptions of a farmer's market. Even more so, we enjoyed the beautiful cut-paper illustrations generously scattered throughout the book. A young boy and his mother visit the local farmer's market to purchase produce for a family dinner. On the list - apples, kale, smoked salmon, honey, blueberry turnovers, napkins, and cheese. As the pair visits each stall, readers are provided a glimpse into how each stall vendor produced or made his/her wares.

There's Michael the apple vendor who uses the grafting method to grow apple trees. My daughter (both of us love gardening) liked reading about the care that goes into maintaining a healthy apple tree. We then read about Colin and Genine the kale growers. It was interesting to read that there are different variations of kale with interesting names like Dinosaur and Red Russian!

Steve the smoked salmon vendor explains the process of making smoked salmon with three essential ingredients - healthy, fresh fish; rock salt; and, alder smoke. We also learned how honey is procured, how blueberry turnovers are baked, the process of making napkins using traditional Japanese methods, and how a mother-daughter pair makes cheese.

This picture book is a delight on so many levels - the text is informative but not dense or full of jargon (which makes it a great read for children) and the vivid and unique cut paper illustrations render each picture a wonder to look at and peruse. The final scene of a happy family settling down to a simple yet hearty meal puts a nice finishing touch to the book. Highly recommended!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen great children's book about where food comes from 17. Juli 2011
Von Wayne S. Walker - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Quick! Where does food like fruits, vegetables, meat, eggs, and cheese come from? Of course, silly, from the grocery store. Well, not always, and there's more to it than just that. More and more people are turning to local farmers markets to find fresher and healthier foods. In this book, a young boy and his mother go on Market Day to shop for Michael's crisp apples, Colin and Genine's kale, Steve's smoked salmon, Benjamin's maple honey, Evan and Emma's blueberry turnovers, Heather and Katelyn's goat cheese, and even Yukie's hand-dyed napkins. What will they do with all this good stuff?
Author Nikki McClure, whose cut-paper art nicely illustrates the story, visits the Olympia, WA, Farmers Market every week. All of the people pictured in the book are real vendors at her local market. In addition, McClure did extensive research on who makes the food she eats and how it gets to market. So as the boy and his mother shop, they tell the reader how each item is grown or made so that it can grace their table and fill their stomachs. Did you know that there are over 6,000 farmers markets in the United States alone? To Market, To Market will encourage people to buy locally, eat healthy, and discover new foods. It is a unique and fascinating way to introduce youngsters to how food is grown, prepared, and brought to market. Perhaps the "way it used to be" is the wave of the future.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen We love it! 15. Juni 2014
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I bought this book after finishing my Montessori training because I was looking for books that had realistic topics and real, specific vocabulary.

I love this book as an educator and mother because it describes the growing, preparation and selling process of food products using technical terms (rootstock, scion, alder smoke) which is great for young children who are little sponges for this kind of information. I've read this to children from 2 - 10 years old and they all love it, but the age that loves it most seems to be about 2-7.

The pictures are stunning, the story is nice ( I like the fact that the smoked salmon and honey sellers trade their products, and that the author thanks the beekeeper, as well as the bees for the honey) and it's a great way to promote an appreciation for local products and small farmers in young children.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Farmer's Market 5. Juni 2011
Von Catherine W. Hughes - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
On Market Day, everyone finds their baskets and gathers to buy their food. From apples to honey to cheese, the market offers nature's bounty. Families eat well tonight, and say thanks for the fresh food. With paper-cut illustrations and detailed summaries about the market's goods, children ages 5-8 will learn about farmer's markets and perhaps want to visit one soon.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen sweet read 27. April 2014
Von maggie pleskac - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
great book for children of all ages
inspires children to know their food sources
the text reads so authentically and comfortably as a real market experience
my five year old loves this book
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