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On Market Street
On Market Street | Arnold Lobel
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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.
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Hannahhh7
On Market Street | Arnold Lobel
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On Market Street is a book written by Arnold Lobel. It is illustrated by Anita Lobel. It‘s a fiction book where a little boy goes to Market Street to buy different things. Each different thing he buys starts with a different letter of the alphabet and it goes in order from A-Z. This book was published in 1981 and has received the Caldecott medal and the National Book Award.

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Jburns13
On Market Street | Arnold Lobel

This book is about a boy who makes his way down towards market street to buy presents for friends each one for a friend starting with the letters of the alphabet.

Jburns13 Published: April 1, 1981

Author: Arnold Lobel

Illustrator: Anita Lobel

Genre: Children's Literature and Fiction

Awards: National Book Award
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elijahwilliams
On Market Street | Arnold Lobel
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Award: National Book Award
Title: On Market Street
Author: Arnold Lobel
Illustrator: Anita Lobel
Date of Publication: April 1, 1981
Genre: Fiction
Summary: The main character takes a stroll down market street and is fascinated by almost everything they see, they end up getting something from A-Z on market street and journey through to find items belong to each letter in the alphabet

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Hcecrle
On Market Street | Arnold Lobel

This story is about a young girl who goes to market street where she finds objects that she had spent all her money buying presents for her friend, her cat. The author goes through the alphabet with each present starting with the next letter in the alphabet. I would recommend reading this to a younger audience, probably kindergarten and first grade when they are learning how to read and write. This story won the National Book Award.

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clairebourq_2023
On Market Street | Arnold Lobel
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This book is about a little boy who heads down Market Street and stops at all the shops. He is buying presents for a friend, and each present starts with a letter in the alphabet. The illustrations in this book are incredible and would be great to use in the classroom when learning the alphabet. This book is written by Arnold Lobel and illustrated by Anita Lobel. It was published on April 1st, 1981 and

clairebourq_2023 and has won 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! 2mo
clairebourq_2023 Award: National Book Award 1w
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gclift
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On Market Street was written by Arnold Lobel in 1981 and is a great book for introducing the alphabet for children. It talks about all the things you can by at a market that goes with letters of the alphabet. It has won the National Book Award. Great read for younger children's imagination!

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sarahyurco
On Market Street | Arnold Lobel
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Published: 1981
This book is a poetically written story that goes through the alphabet naming things the main character saw on a stroll down market street.
Award: National Book Award

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kallikramer
On Market Street | Arnold Lobel
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Published in 1981 this story won the National Book Award. It is a story about someone who buys something that begins with every letter in the Alphabet. This story would be a good book to read to children in the pre-k age range to help them learn the alphabet. This is a fictional story.

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mm991518
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On Market street is a National Book Award winner. It is about a lady who goes on market street and buys everything in the alphabet. I think this is a great book to use the alphabet in literacy and it is a fun book because it shows all the things she is buying and carrying it all. This book is a fiction book published in 1981.

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caitlinblack
On Market Street | Arnold Lobel
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Published in 1981, This story is about a boy that walks down the market street buying many things. At the end of the book, you learn that he is buying all these things for his friend, a cat. This story shows you how its kind to do things for others and not always just for yourself.

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Awards:
National Book Award

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Loganfairbanks
On Market Street | Arnold Lobel
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This book was published in 1981 and received the National Book Award. This book is about a man who goes to market street and buys something for each letter in the alphabet. The illustrations are very detailed, and following the alphabet is very helpful for young students. I would definitely use this book in my classroom!

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cm779518
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National Book Award - Published in 1981. I really like this book because it had tons of visuals. To me one of the most important things in books for younger kids is having that visual and allowing them to make connections and understand the book. Also the things throughout the book are going through the alphabet so it allows more conversation with the younger kids.

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laurenebailey14
On Market Street | Arnold Lobel
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This book describes several things sold on market street. Each page shows a picture of the things bought while on market street. The narrator gets so much that she can barely carry her things home to her kitten.

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channingfortney
On Market Street | Arnold Lobel
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This book won the National Book Award. It is about a stroll down market street talking about everything that was bought. It works it‘s way through the ABC‘s naming off something that was bought for each letter. It is a super cute book to help children with their alphabet and also some rhyming.

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allycrothers
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Published: April 1 1989
Author/Illustrator: Anita Lobel
Genre- Children Literature, Fiction
Award - National Book Award
Market street is perfect for young grade-school students who are going through the alphabetic principle. It shows different outfits that a merchant wears through ABC-style. The illustrations are very well depicted and make the ABC-style book enjoyable. Very good addition in a classroom for early readers!

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farynantenucci
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This F alphabet book written by Arnold Lobel and drawn by wife Anita Lobel is a Caldecott award winning book all about learning those ABCs. The teaching strategy I would use is CR, so students are engaged and following along with the words and develop a phonemic awareness for the beginning letters. UDL 1.1 offer ways of customizing the display of info. EL 14 simplify speech by making it slow and redundant #ucflae3414f17

farynantenucci https://teachers.net/lessonplans/posts/725.html I like this resource as it allows use for the text in older grades where students can use the book to prime them for a lesson on consumers and producers. 5y
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