Don't Forget the Bacon

Don't Forget the Bacon

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By (author) Pat Hutchins, Illustrated by Pat Hutchins

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  • Publisher: RED FOX
  • Format: Paperback | 32 pages
  • Dimensions: 202mm x 251mm x 4mm | 82g
  • Publication date: 3 January 2002
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0099413981
  • ISBN 13: 9780099413981
  • Illustrations note: 32
  • Sales rank: 37,116

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'Six farm eggs, a cake for tea, a pound of pears and don't forget the bacon.'A young boy sets out to do the shopping, determined to remember his simple list but as the sights and sounds of town distract him he finds himself in a terrible muddle.

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Pat Hutchins has always loved drawing and at the age of 16 won a scholarship to Darlington Art School. She is now one of the most popular picture book creators in the world with over 30 children's books published after the success of her classic Rosie's Walk.

Editorial reviews

This might not be the most visually striking of Pat Hutchins' highly inventive picture books, but it might well be the most mirth provoking. There's recognition too in the mental mix-ups of a little girl who is sent out for "six farm eggs, a cake for tea, a pound of pears, and don't forget the bacon" - but who, distracted by the passing scene, gradually turns the first three items into "six fat legs, a cape for me and a flight of stairs," and then to "six clothes pegs, a rake for leaves and a pile of chairs." Returning home with this unlikely market basket she does remember, and substitute, the requested items - except that "I forgot the bacon!" With the bright, mobile pictures providing all the narration needed and the only words the little gift's recitation of the changing shopping list, it's a certain story hour ice-breaker. (Kirkus Reviews)