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Books with title Farms Around the World

  • Love Around the World

    Fleur Pierets, Fatinha Ramos

    Hardcover (Six Foot Press, Nov. 12, 2019)
    Inspired by a true story, Love Around the World is the beautiful and heartwarming adventure of two women’s journey to marry each other in every country where same-sex marriage is legal. "Moving and inspiring." - Kirkus ReviewsFleur and Julian are two women very much in love. When they decide to get married, however, they discover that in most countries, a man cannot marry a man and a woman cannot marry a woman. In fact, out of 195 countries in the world, they can only marry in 26 of them. Fleur and Julian want to make other people aware of that.They think that love is love―not only between a man and a woman! So Fleur goes down on one knee and asks the love of her life, “Would you like to marry me in all 26 countries?” Julian answers, “Yes!”Thus begins an incredible trip around the world for our two heroes, Fleur and Julian, who travel to each nation that celebrates marriage equality. In Love Around the World, Fleur and Julian get married in Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Finland, France, Iceland, Ireland, Mexico, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and the United States, where they learn about the customs and traditions of each place and make special memories that will last forever.
  • Homes Around the World

    Bobbie Kalman

    Paperback (Crabtree Publishing Company, March 15, 1994)
    Looks at various kinds of dwellings, including arctic homes, homes on stilts, homes on boats, and desert homes.
  • Around The World We Go

    Margaret Wise Brown, Christine Tappin

    Hardcover (Parragon Inc, Aug. 12, 2012)
    Go around the world with this beautifully illustrated picture book from Margaret Wise Brown, celebrated author of Goodnight Moon and The Runaway Bunny! This classic tale is newly illustrated with bright, vibrant pictures that children will love.
  • Games Around the World

    Mary Pat Ehmann

    Paperback (Gareth Stevens Pub, Aug. 15, 2018)
    Did you know that Chutes and Ladders originated thousands of years ago in India? Or that playing cards have been around for centuries? Games have always been a part of many cultures as a way to entertain or pass the time. Young readers finally get a chance through this book to see and learn about popular games in other cultures, learning that we're not all so different, even though the games might be. No library or classroom would be complete without this book.
  • The Jolt Felt Around the World

    Susanna Shetley

    Hardcover (Wisdom House Books, Nov. 15, 2019)
    Mother Earth becomes so heavy with trash that one day, with a great jolt, she starts falling from the sky. Leaders around the world frantically begin developing plans for Earthlings to evacuate and flee to other planets, only to find their requests denied. The other planets don't want anything to do with the Earthling inhabitants! What will they do? Where can they go? The Earthlings must figure out how to save their dying planet before it's too late.This book is a wonderful edition to any home, classroom, or public library that focuses on children's recycling and green living.
  • Babies Around the World

    Puck, Violet Lemay

    eBook (duopress, March 14, 2017)
    Bonjour! Ça va? Say hello to international babies as you tour the world from morning to nighttime. The journey starts on a sunny day in New York City and ends on a beautiful San Francisco night, with stops in Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro, London, Paris, Cape Town, Cairo, Beijing, and Tokyo. These friendly babies welcome us to their cities with delightful greetings in their original languages (with English translations) in a simple narration that will appeal to any global mini citizen.
  • Snoopy Around the World

    Albert Rizzo, Charles M. Shulz

    Hardcover (H.N. Abrams, Sept. 1, 1990)
    In celebration of the fortieth anniversary of Peanuts, the world's most popular beagle and his sister Belle are photographed around the globe modeling fashions created just for them by 150 top international designers. Presents profiles of each of the couturiers.
  • Farms Around the World

    Catherine Veitch

    Library Binding (Heinemann, July 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.
  • The World Around Me

    Charlotte Guillain, Oliver Averill

    Hardcover (words & pictures, Oct. 20, 2020)
    Step out your front door and begin a journey of discovery around the world! Fold out the richly illustrated pages of this expansive accordion-fold book to clamber over mountain ranges, trek through jungles, and sail across vast seas. Spot wildlife, visit amazing cities, experience different cultures, and see famous landmarks as you whiz by. With so much to explore on this globetrotting adventure, it’s a good thing the book stretches to an incredible length of over eight feet—you’ll get halfway around the world before you even have to turn the page! Stretch out the book's concertina pages and take in the wonders of the world's cities and landmarks—traveling through over 60 countries. Then turn it over and explore the amazing diversity of creatures and landscapes on planet Earth. What can you spot on your travels? Explore even more of the world with the critically acclaimed The Street Beneath My Feet (March 2017) and The Skies Above My Eyes (August 2018), companion books from the Look Closer series.
  • Round the World

    Carol Watson

    Hardcover (Edc Pub, Aug. 1, 1980)
    Book by Watson, Carol
  • Places Around the World

    Dona Herweck Rice

    eBook (Teacher Created Materials, Oct. 1, 2011)
    Take a tour around the world with just a few flips of the pages! This engaging nonfiction reader features clear, vivid photos of landmarks from all around the world including the Eiffel Tower, the Great Wall of China, and the Grand Canyon.
  • A Drop Around the World

    Barbara Shaw McKinney, Michael S Maydak

    Library Binding (Perfection Learning, March 1, 1998)
    A drop of rain is a drop of life--a drop of eternity. Barbara Shaw McKinney and illustrator Michael Maydak take us on an "out of sight" journey from Maine to Mumbai, with just one raindrop as it touches plant, animal, and human life all around the world. Traveling with Drop, readers will see the world, inside and out, from solid, liquid, and vaporous viewpoint. Full color.