Now, Erin doesn’t get to sit in the trolley when we go to the supermarket. We don’t have a car so when we go to the supermarket, Erin is always in her pushchair. However, I know we’re going to get to the point soon where she can walk instead and then it’s going to be a whole other game completely.
Meltdown tells the story of an innocent shopping trip. Well, I guess it started out that way. Ruby, the little girl (rabbit) in the book is a complete nightmare. The illustrator has actually made me look a bit evil, as that is what she is in this book. She throws things in the trolley, she grabs things she’s not supposed to and does everything against what her mum says. It scares me because I know this is probably what I have to come.
I love this book! Honestly, I think this is a book for every family with children. It might scare you while reading it, as it did me but at least you’ll be prepared.
Disclaimer: We were sent this book for the purpose of this review. All opinions are our own.