From Publishers Weekly
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My little 5 year old grand niece and nephew love this book. Their mother has a friend that travels the world and the kids love to look up the children of other countries that she... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robin R.
What a beautiful book! We received this book as part of our homeschool package for my son's kindergarten curriculum from our charter school. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Isabelle S.
cant say enough things about this book, it gives my kids a lot to be grateful for. It lets them look into the lives of many kids around the world. They read it all the time.Published 7 months ago by Maria.K
This is a great book for teaching kids about different cultures. Our kids really like it!Published 8 months ago by Mom of two boys
This is a great resource. The pictures are bright and interesting. The book is big enough to use at carpet time but not so cumbersome that it can't be used by students at their... Read morePublished 8 months ago by A. Havener
Excellent book that helps you see what children all around the world need to survive: water, food, shelter, access to medicine, etc.... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mrs. Helen G. Peters
A great book for all children to read. Our children need to know that they have a good life compared to children in other places.Published 9 months ago by carol
Eh, it's a little agenda-y, but I like that it's broken down into sections focused on the things people need to survive and live good lives.Published 10 months ago by KA