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Books with title Farms Around the World

  • Farms Around the World

    Catherine Veitch

    Paperback (Heinemann, Aug. 1, 2011)
    Farms are fun places to visit, and before you go to a real farm, find out what to expect to see there by reading this series. In addition to learning about animals, plants, and activities on a farm, you'll read about the jobs that must be done daily, the changing seasons, and how food gets from the farm to your plate. Each book contains colorful photos and simple, leveled text.
  • Animals Around the World

    Irene Kilpatrick, Aka Chikasawa, Jason Fruchter

    Paperback (Simon Spotlight/Nickelodeon, Dec. 29, 2009)
    Diego has animal friends all over the world--from the Amazon Rainforest to the Seregeti Plains of Africa and the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. Join him as he says hello to all of them in this sticker book that comes with more than 60 stickers, fascinating facts about amazing animals, and 5 playscenes to decorate!
  • Kids Around the World

    The Washington Post, Neil Shah, Audible Studios

    Audiobook (Audible Studios, Jan. 13, 2015)
    The Washington Post's acclaimed Kids Around the World feature now available in audiobook format for the first time! Originally published in the hopes of children understanding their place in the world better, both in a geographic and global sense, these stories by Post foreign correspondents feature the real-life stories of kids all over the world. From Yuki who rides a subway train to school every day in Tokyo to Sayeed who guides tourists on camel rides in Egypt, these children's stories carry the underlying message that in the eyes of our children, there is far more that unites us than divides us.
  • A Drop Around the World

    Barbara Shaw McKinney, Michael S. Maydak

    eBook (Dawn Publications, March 1, 1998)
    This beautifully illustrated book is soon to be a classic that parents, teachers, and kids will all want! Readers travel the globe following a drop of water on its journey through the water cycle. The seamless blending of science and story make learning fun, and readers will be inspired to appreciate the world around us!Follow a drop of water on its natural voyage around the world, in clouds, as ice and snow, underground, in the sea, piped from a reservoir, in plants and even in an animal. The science of the water cycle and poetic verse come together and leave readers with a sense of connection to all living creatures.Great for anyone looking for books:about the water cycle and clouds for give as a gift for the kids in their home schooling materials.for use in schools and libraries!
  • Around the World from a to z

    Christinia Cheung, Han Tran, Tong Wu

    Board book (Hands-on-Prints, Aug. 30, 2013)
    Connecting tactile activities to abstract ideas stimulates brain function in young children. When children under age five trace sandpaper letters, they associate a given letter with a concrete gesture internally. This association fosters more connections in different parts of the brain, rendering the child's mind nimbler. The acrostic poem accompanying each letter is designed to be read by an adult. These poems introduce the child to a famous site and physical activity. The letters of the alphabet thus become part of an exploration of nature, culture, and traditions. Tracing leads the way to a discovery of the world.
  • Around the World ABC

    David Macaluso

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Dec. 9, 2016)
    An ABC book that takes readers around the world and exposes them to natural and man-made wonders. Illustrated with beautiful, watercolor-style images.
  • Masks Around the World

    Meryl Doney

    Paperback (Watts Pub Group, Aug. 1, 2002)
    This series explores other countries and cultures through their traditional crafts. Information and maps accompany beautiful photographs of original artifacts. Simple step-by-step illustrations show how you can make similar objects. ages 8+
  • Race Around the World

    RH Disney

    eBook (RH/Disney, Dec. 18, 2013)
    All the world's a racetrack as superstar Lightning McQueen zooms into action, with his best friend Mater in tow, to take on the globe's fastest and finest in Disney/Pixar Cars 2. Children ages 4 to 6 will love this Step 1 reader based on the film.
  • A Drop Around the World

    Barbara Shaw McKinney, Michael Maydak

    eBook (Dawn Publications, Jan. 1, 2013)
    This book is a year-after-year favorite with teachers. It engagingly leads readers around the world following a drop of water - whether as steam or snow, inside a plant or animal, or underground - teaching the wonders and importance of the water cycle. (There is lots of geography, too.) Four pages of science about the qualities of water are included.
  • Homes Around the World

    Clare Lewis

    Paperback (Heinemann, July 1, 2014)
    This book looks at the rich diversity of homes around the world. Through simple text and stunning photographs, it introduces children to similarities found in homes in different cultures, and honors differences.
  • Games Around the World

    Clare Lewis

    Paperback (Heinemann, July 1, 2014)
    This book looks at the rich diversity of games around the world. Through simple text and stunning photographs, it introduces children to similarities found in games played in different cultures, and honors differences.
  • Around the World Mazes

    Sam Smith

    Paperback (Usborne Publishing Ltd, Dec. 28, 2017)
    Travel from the Amazon and the Antarctic to the Himalayas and Hollywood with this entertaining selection of mazes from across the globe. Each maze is more challenging than the last, from taking a ramble in Rio de Janeiro to touring the Norwegian fjiords or finding your way in a Moroccan market. All the answers are at the back of the book.