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Turn the book over and it's Adam's chance to visit Jack's apartment where the boys repeat the same adventures in the same order with the flavor and sounds of an urban environment thrown in. In the end, Adam decides that his favorite place is home as well. The author and illustrator do a great job of showing how a slightly different perspective still yields the same fun for the boys. The full-color, slightly flattened, retro cartoon illustrations "using gouache and at least 10 brushes" perfectly capture the changing scenes, and readers will agree that it's tough to decide which experience-city or suburb—is more fun.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? When kids are done with one half, they simply flip the book over for a different side of the story! No more honking horns! No more hot and noisy subways! And he does enjoy the tree climbing, fishing, and triple-dipped cones. Then, just like Jack, he begins to miss all the familiar things he took for granted.
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Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I used this book in my UPK universal pre-Kindergarten classroom to talk about how people live in different homes and different places. The book goes to the middle and then you flip it over to read the other child's story to the middle.
They also liked flipping the book over to see the other story. I used this book to help teach my social studies unit on Communities. This was a good way to compare what its like growing up in the city and what its like growing up in a suburban area.
The hard cover book is of nice quality. One person found this helpful. Imagine competing with Macy's, Bloomingdale's, and Altman's with such a small store!
Can't wait to read the history. I have never heard of this store before. I plan to get to it soon. Arnold Constable was one of the oldest department stores in the USA. Sadly, it lost focus in the s and closed. Details coming in due course. I remember when they built the Trenton, NJ store, I was a little boy. Growing up, I loved shopping there with my parents. In later years I would enjoy going to the restaurant in the store.
Their food was delicious. I'm trying to recall the name of the Dining Room and no one seems to remember. I did a little research in the newspaper archives. The restaurant was called "The Arnolton. I have never heard of Arnold Constable and we are in the same age bracket. Eager to read about this store. It was the oldest department store in the US, small by New York standards, and went out of business in Eleanor Roosevelt shopped there. A history is in preparation for this site, and will appear within the next week or so.
Learning Center of Bergen Community College. Do you know if any of the offspring of the Constables are still living and in New York or the vicinity? The original Constables underwrote the cost of the building of St.
I am chair of the Bicentennial Committee and I would very much like to reach out to any Constables who might be interested in this event. I have an original catalogue No Fall and Winter but lacking the front and back cover otherwise in excellent condition, Could someone advise me on its value as I have no real use for it I live in the UK.
Bruce--just came back to this page. Thanks for the history as growing up with AC, I did not know much about them. As a kid went to the NYC store several times with mom in the early 60s. We would shop the Hackensack store occasionally and I remember it being possibly the most civilized store I ever shopped in The essex Green location Did that location become a Stern's once AC closed.
It looks like, from the sketch, that was the way I remember Stern's looking prior to becoming Macy's and then closing. I remember travelling into NYC once by myself to see the store prior to its closing My Grandfather, David M. I remember getting my first suit there in the 's for my first communion.
Glad to see this place remembered. Just found my way to this site. I grew up in west orange and shopped at Essex Green throughout high school. Loved Arnold Constable, had no idea that it was part of such a venerable department store chain!! The store closed the year I graduated high school. Used to buy my dressy party clothing there. New Rochelle 3 types of stores.
Junk stores, fruit stores and no stores. I have 5 pair of gloves I was wondering if anyone knows the value of those in today's market. Comments - Please do not comment more than once. Your comment must be approved before it is posted. New York City, New York. Hackensack , New Jersey. Trenton , New Jersey. New Brunswick , New Jersey. West Orange , New Jersey.
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