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Eye-catching, cheerful collage illustrations, created with fabric, paper, mesh, string, and felt, depict happy faces exuding plenty of personality. This book will appeal to youngsters, and teachers may find it works as a prompt to classroom discussions about diversity.
This book offers a multitude of possibilities for multicultural studies with young children.
I am from Canada and this book only talks about kids from Nunavut, a territory of Canada. Living in cold, hunting for seals and living in igloos. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Karen H.
Excellent introduction to the global human community. My grandchildren enjoy this book a lot. They are "globals" living in a transnational family, so this book reinforces... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Bebka
My kindergarten class travels the world with little pretend passports throughout the year. This book is a perfect introduction to show that there are many children around the world... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Tara Higley
Great for my spec. ed. kids integrated into world geography classes! It's easy to read and has colorful pictures. Just what I was looking for.Published 23 months ago by Michele Vielhuber
I bought this thinking it would have factual information about different cultures and would be educational for kids. Read morePublished on June 17, 2013 by Mindy
Super cute. I like how it is focused on just a few kids and describes each of them a little. This type of book opens the door to discussion of these cultures with younger children.Published on February 18, 2013 by mizzrena34