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Books with title Farms Around the World

  • Race Around The World!

    Trey King, Sean Wang

    eBook (Scholastic Inc., Jan. 26, 2016)
    Superman and The Flash can't decide who is faster. So they decide to have a race across the world! But will a bunch of super-villains and their dastardly deeds get in the way of finding out who is the Fastest Man Alive? Featuring Superman, The Flash, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg, and more!
  • Around the World I Go

    Cory J. Anderson, Jasmine Mills

    Paperback (Identity BluePrint, June 18, 2019)
    Imani shares her dream of traveling around the world. Go on the journey with her as she visits each of the seven continents. At each stop, Imani visits some fantastic sites and talks with her family about her journey.
  • Fairies Around the World

    Christy Shaffer

    Paperback (Dover Publications, Nov. 18, 2009)
    Take a trip around the globe to color beauties from many cultures! Enter a fabulous fairy world with these 30 finely detailed illustrations to color. Images of ethereal creatures include a Japanese sprite, dressed in a kimono and serving tea; a Scottish pixie, wearing a kilt and perched on the nose of Nessie; an Indian fairy wearing a sari; and other international delights.
  • Food Around the World

    Joanna Brundle

    Hardcover (Booklife, Oct. 1, 2017)
    Learn about the different kinds of food people eat around the world. Read about traditional foods, like Russian borscht and Indian curry. Learn about food and religious festivals, fasting, where people get food, the different ways to eat food, and learn about hunger in the world. A map at the end shows the different countries discussed, from Borneo to USA.
  • Families Around the World

    Margriet Ruurs, Jessica Rae Gordon

    Hardcover (Kids Can Press, Sept. 1, 2014)
    A successor to the popular Children Around the World written and illustrated by Donata Montanari, this book allows young readers to visit with fourteen children, each from a different country, to learn about their families. Based on real children, each one's story fills a two-page spread and is told in the first person, beginning with a greeting in the child's native language. From Ryan, who lives on a Texas cattle farm, to Nkoitoi, who tends the family goat in Kenya, to Baatar, who moves regularly with his nomadic family in Mongolia, there is a vast range of homes, locations, customs and activities presented here, all of it enthusiastically illustrated with bright colors and vivid detail by illustrator Jessica Rae Gordon. There is variety in the heads of the families as well: a single parent, multiracial parents and same-sex parents are all represented. For all the children's different experiences, however, it is clear how much their lives have in common with one another, and likely with the book's readers. The love they have for their family members, the joy they find in play and the beauty they see around them wherever they live are experiences that cross borders. This is a wonderful, uplifting global studies title perfect for exploring cultures and geography. It would also be useful for a social studies unit on families and family relationships. Adding to its value as a teaching tool are suggestions for lesson plans built around the book, as well as a glossary and pronunciation guide for foreign words.
  • The Race Around the World

    Nancy Castaldo, Wesley Lowe

    Paperback (Random House Books for Young Readers, Aug. 4, 2015)
    Does Nellie Bly have what it takes to race around the world? Travel to all corners of the globe in this action-packed Totally True Adventure. When Nellie Bly read Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne, she had an amazing idea. What if she traveled around the world in real life, and did it in less than eighty days? In 1889, people doubted it could be done—especially by a woman. But with one small bag and a sturdy coat, Nellie set out anyway. Soon the whole world was rooting for her. Could she make it back home in time? This nonfiction chapter book makes history exciting and accessible for younger readers and features illustrations, photographs, a map, Common Core connections, and additional Story Behind the Story facts. Perfect for readers of the I Survived series and the Who Was . . . ? series, Totally True Adventures are captivating nonfiction stories with not-to-be-missed bonus content.
  • All Around the World

    GĂ©raldine Cosneau

    Paperback (Tate, Sept. 1, 2011)
    All Around the World is a charmingly illustrated journey of discovery through different environments, including the ocean, forest, jungle, desert, and Arctic. Each is shown in a giant fold-out panorama, ready to be populated with the four hundred reusable animal stickers that bring the landscapes to life. Children will love Géraldine Cosneau’s quirky illustrations and have fun deciding which animals belong in each panorama. On the reverse side of the panoramas are large outline pictures of animals to complete.When finished, the panoramas can be detached and hung on the wall or left in the book to be used again. With eight large fold-out scenes and hundreds of charming reusable stickers, this book lets young children discover a whole new world of adventure and fun and make it their very own.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 9/1/2011Pages: 50Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
  • Race Around The World!

    Trey King, Sean Wang

    Paperback (Scholastic Inc., Jan. 26, 2016)
    Superman and The Flash can't decide who is faster. So they decide to have a race across the world! But will a bunch of super-villains and their dastardly deeds get in the way of finding out who is the Fastest Man Alive? Featuring Superman, The Flash, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg, and more!
  • Around the World Mazes

    Sam Smith, Claire Thomas, The Boy Fitz Hammond et al

    Paperback (EDC Publishing / UBAM, Aug. 16, 2018)
    Discover new places around the world with this whimsical maze book!
  • Around the World!

    Suzanne D. Nimm, Ron Zalme

    Paperback (Simon Spotlight/Nickelodeon, Oct. 1, 2006)
    Get ready to go around the world with Dora!
  • Around the World

    Matt Phelan

    Hardcover (Candlewick, Oct. 11, 2011)
    A Scott O'Dell Award-winning graphic novelist follows three dauntless adventurers on a Jules Verne-inspired challenge: circling the world, solo!As the nineteenth century wound down, a public inspired by the novel Around the World in Eighty Days clamored for intrepid adventure. The challenge of circumnavigating the globe as no one ever had before—a feat assuring fame if not fortune—attracted the fearless in droves. Three hardy spirits stayed the course: In 1884, former miner Thomas Stevens made the journey on a bicycle, the kind with a big front wheel. In 1889, pioneer reporter Nellie Bly embarked on a global race against time that assumed the heights of spectacle, ushering in the age of the American celebrity. And in 1895, retired sea captain Joshua Slocum quietly set sail on a thirty-six-foot sloop, braving pirates and treacherous seas to become the first person to sail around the world alone. With cinematic pacing and deft, expressive art, acclaimed graphic novelist Matt Phelan weaves a trio of epic journeys into a single bold tale of three visionaries who set their sights on nothing short of the world.
  • Kids Around the World

    Dona Herweck Rice

    eBook (Teacher Created Materials, Oct. 1, 2011)
    Introduce early readers to children from all over the globe! Featuring bright photos, colorful maps, and simple informational text, readers are familiarized with other geography, countries, and cultures.