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If You Were Me and Lived in... Hungary: A Child's Introduction to Cultures Around the World by [Carole P. Roman]

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If You Were Me and Lived in... Hungary: A Child's Introduction to Cultures Around the World Kindle Edition

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Book 13 of 23: A Child's Introduction to Cultures Around the World

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"All the books in this series are good to read as the series not only gives information about other countries, but also encourages children to find out about other countries and develop an interest in traveling and discovering new lands." Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
"...the book is an engaging walk through a country with which kids (and maybe even adults) may not be familiar...Roman helps kids exercise their imagination by giving them the information they need to envision themselves living in Hungary...In this short, approachable read, Roman writes engagingly and concisely, with colorful illustrations and photos reflecting what's going on in the story...Each country may seem different from a distance, but by covering topics that kids can understand and relate to, Roman helps them see how similar people around the world are." - Kirkus Reviews
   
"Roman will engage students interested in unusual facts as they learn why Hungary's city Budapest is uncommon and actually comprised  of three cities split by the Danube River...Children's and familial names, toys, and favorite foods are again incorporated in this book helping student's easily visualize the Hungarian words...As usual, Roman does an excellent job of presenting facts and engaging young readers..." - Bianca Schulz, The Children's Book Review
  
"Roman's simple and straightforward writing, accompanied by simple and straightforward color illustrations, is a welcome break from the often wordy or too-sophisticated geography texts available for primary students. Perhaps drawing from her own experiences and requirements as a social studies teacher, Roman incorporates hard facts with topics relevant and entertaining for young audiences, as when using a Hungarian florin to buy a baba, or doll, "for your little sister."" - Pallas Gates McCorquodale, Foreword Reviews

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"...the book is an engaging walk through a country with which kids (and maybe even adults) may not be familiar...Roman helps kids exercise their imagination by giving them the information they need to envision themselves living in Hungary...In this short, approachable read, Roman writes engagingly and concisely, with colorful illustrations and photos reflecting what's going on in the story...Each country may seem different from a distance, but by covering topics that kids can understand and relate to, Roman helps them see how similar people around the world are." - Kirkus Reviews
 
"Roman will engage students interested in unusual facts as they learn why Hungary's city Budapest is uncommon and actually comprised  of three cities split by the Danube River...Children's and familial names, toys, and favorite foods are again incorporated in this book helping student's easily visualize the Hungarian words...As usual, Roman does an excellent job of presenting facts and engaging young readers..." - Bianca Schulz, The Children's Book Review
 
"Roman's simple and straightforward writing, accompanied by simple and straightforward color illustrations, is a welcome break from the often wordy or too-sophisticated geography texts available for primary students. Perhaps drawing from her own experiences and requirements as a social studies teacher, Roman incorporates hard facts with topics relevant and entertaining for young audiences, as when using a Hungarian florin to buy a baba, or doll, "for your little sister."" - Pallas Gates McCorquodale, Foreword Reviews
   
"Many more interesting Hungarian facts will be found between the pages of this volume.  Information runs the gamut from Hungary's most popular sport to what kind of money is used there.  This book contains twenty-eight pages, with colored illustrations on at least every other page, and  is geared towards three to eight-year-olds.  It is also interesting and fun to try saying words from the Hungarian language using the pronunciation guide in the back of the book." - Becky, bookreadingtic.com, blog --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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  • File Size : 12370 KB
  • Publisher : Chelshire, INC. (November 1, 2017)
  • ASIN : B0773TFH96
  • Publication Date : November 1, 2017
  • Word Wise : Not Enabled
  • Print Length : 30 pages
  • Language: : English
  • Lending : Enabled
  • Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting : Not Enabled
  • X-Ray : Not Enabled
  • Customer Reviews:
    3.5 out of 5 stars 43 ratings