When Tyya goes supermarket shopping with her father, her brother and her sister, mayhem ensues! All she wants to do is to buy something good, like a trolley full of ice cream or chocolate. But her father makes her promise not to move. She obeys! Because she isn't moving, the shop staff mistake her for a doll and put her on a shelf with a price sticker. Then, as customers try to buy her, she comes to life and scares the living daylights out of them. In the end, her father has to pay the amount on the price sticker to get her out and home...Every Thursday, the author does the family grocery shopping. This book is dedicated to those parents and kids go shopping together!
- Paperback | 32 pages
- 203.2 x 203.2 x 3.8mm | 90.72g
- 07 Jun 1990
- Annick Press Ltd
- Ontario, Canada
- 14 colour illus
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Michael Martchenko's illustrations ... are lively, simple and expressive. The characters practically jump off the page.
About Robert Munsch
Robert Munsch is Canada's favourite storyteller and a renowned children's writer, who travels all over North America visiting schools and children's daycare groups telling his tales. His speciality is making them up live in front of his young audience! Michael Martchenko was born in Carcassone, France and is an award-winning children's illustrator and graphic artist.