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Books with title On My Street

  • On Market Street

    Arnold Lobel, Anita Lobel

    Paperback (Greenwillow Books, Feb. 7, 2006)
    Have you ever seen a man dressed entirely in playing cards? Or a girl wearing a lollipop dress? Then take a stroll through a most unusual market in this Caldecott Honor Book created by Anita Lobel and Arnold Lobel.Here is a world of wonders, from A to Z. Inspired by seventeenth-century French trade engravings, Anita Lobel's brilliant paintings of the shopkeepers on Market Street—each composed of his or her wares—will provide blissful hours for all who join the Lobels on an unforgettable shopping spree. "In a delightful and unusual book, a boy trots down Market Street buying presents for a friend, each one starting with a letter of the alphabet. Every letter is illustrated by a figure ingeniously composed of, for instance, apples or wigs or quilts. The notion is original, and the sum total enjoyable and unique."—The Horn BookA Caldecott Honor Book, a New York Times Best Illustrated book, an ALA Notable Book, and a Boston Globe/Horn Book Honor Book for IllustrationSupports the Common Core State Standards
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  • On My Street

    Eve Merriam, Melanie Hope Greenberg

    Board book (Festival, May 17, 2000)
    Your 2 1/2-year-old will enjoy pointing out familiar places and people in your neighborhood.Tips for reading and sharing:Discuss the people and places you and your child regularly see in your neighborhoodIdentify each character, then pause to let your child fill in his or her activityMake up rhymes about people you knowFor additional tips and more information on Harper Growing Tree, visit our website at
  • On Market Street

    Arnold Lobel, Anita Lobel

    Library Binding (Greenwillow Books, April 1, 1981)
    "In a delightful and unusual book, a boy trots down Market Street buying presents for a friend, each one starting with a letter of the alphabet. Every letter is illustrated by a figure ingeniously composed of, for instance, apples or wigs or quilts. The notion is original, and the sum total enjoyable and unique."--Horn Book.
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  • On Market Street

    Arnold Lobel, Anita Lobel

    Hardcover (Greenwillow Books, April 1, 1981)
    Have you ever seen a man dressed entirely in playing cards? Or a girl wearing a lollipop dress? Then take a stroll through a most unusual market in this Caldecott Honor Book created by Anita Lobel and Arnold Lobel.Here is a world of wonders, from A to Z. Inspired by seventeenth-century French trade engravings, Anita Lobel's brilliant paintings of the shopkeepers on Market Street—each composed of his or her wares—will provide blissful hours for all who join the Lobels on an unforgettable shopping spree. "In a delightful and unusual book, a boy trots down Market Street buying presents for a friend, each one starting with a letter of the alphabet. Every letter is illustrated by a figure ingeniously composed of, for instance, apples or wigs or quilts. The notion is original, and the sum total enjoyable and unique."—The Horn BookA Caldecott Honor Book, a New York Times Best Illustrated book, an ALA Notable Book, and a Boston Globe/Horn Book Honor Book for IllustrationSupports the Common Core State Standards
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  • On My Street

    Koos Meinderts, Annette Fienieg

    Hardcover (Lemniscaat USA, )
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  • My Street

    Rebecca Treays, Rachel Wells

    Paperback (Usborne Pub Ltd, Jan. 1, 1999)
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  • On Market Street

    Arnold Lobel, Anita Lobel

    eBook (Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books, Aug. 25, 2020)
    A Caldecott Honor book, a New York Times Best Illustrated book, an ALA Notable Book, and a Boston Globe—Horn Book Honor Book for Illustration! “Bursting with…surprise and delight. An inexhaustible visual feast.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review) In this acclaimed picture book by Anita and Arnold Lobel, take a stroll down Market Street to see the whimsical shopkeepers dressed in their wares on one boy’s fantastical shopping adventure. Enter a wondrous marketplace like no other that has everything from A to Z! Inspired by 17th-century French engravings, Anita Lobel’s delightful illustrations imaginatively clothe each shopkeeper in their wares. Find one shopkeeper dressed completely in gloves, another covered in wigs, and even one completely dressed in oranges! This beautiful and unique tale takes you on a journey through the alphabet as you discover all the things one boy buys for his special friend during an incredible shopping trip.
  • On My Street

    Eve Merriam

    Paperback (n/a, March 15, 1997)
    GIANT SIZE FLOPPY BOOK, 18" X 15". GOOD FOR CLASSROOMS, etc.
  • On My Street

    Margaret Miller

    Board book (Harpercollins Childrens Books, Feb. 1, 1991)
    Introduces words for things that can be seen in a city or suburban neighborhood, including a house, steps, a door, a window, a sidewalk, a stop sign, a fire hydrant, and other terms
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  • ON MY STREET

    Celia Berridge

    Hardcover (Random House Books for Young Readers, Dec. 12, 1987)
    A little girl describes all the things that she sees when she goes to her friend's house with her mother.
  • ON MY STREET

    Celia Berridge

    Hardcover (Random House Books for Young Readers, Sept. 12, 1987)
    A little girl describes all the things that she sees when she goes to her friend's house with her mother.
  • My Street

    Rebecca Treays, Rachel Wells

    Hardcover (Usborne Publishing Ltd, Oct. 30, 1998)
    A LIFT-THE-FLAP book which surveys life on an everyday street as witnessed by a young girl called Josie. Includes fold-out pages and maps designed to encourage map-reading. Illustrated in full colour throughout.