I went to the supermarket and I bought . . .
When a brother and sister play their favourite game of I Went To the Supermarket, they compete to see who can think of the most bizarre and brilliant things. As their words come to life, they get more and more carried away . . . Until the game comes to a surprising, and somewhat messy, end!
A new take on an old favourite, children will love this laugh-out-loud, test-your-memory story, with witches, dragons, aliens, flamingos and much, much more!
Michael Rosen is one of the most popular contemporary poets and authors of books for children. He regularly appears on radio, and in 1997 received the Eleanor Farjeon Award for services to children's literature. He lives in London.
Paul Howard is an illustrator whose books include The Bravest Ever Bear (9780744578645) by Allan Ahlberg, winner of a Blue Pete...