“Farmer’s Market Day” by Shanda Trent and Jane Dippold
A written review by Adrienne
Early on a sleepy Saturday morning a little girl is dressed and ready to go to the farmer’s market. She waits patiently with her piggy bank in hand for mom, dad and the family dog to wake up and get moving.
Once she arrives at the market it is a myriad of choices on what she should buy for herself. She goes from food to plants and pets. Along her way she inadvertently knocks over and spills items in her wake.
This book is delightful in exploring all that local farmer’s markets have to offer. I liked that it came from the viewpoint of a child. Farmer’s markets and food shopping is not just a adult chore but an exploration and discovery for children to learn about new foods. Recommended for Kindergarten and up.