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Books with title Farms Around the World

  • Eating Around the World

    Craig Marks, Isabella Grott

    language (Ready Readers, Nov. 16, 2018)
    Come try the foods of the world. Mexican tacos, American steak and Italian pizza. So many yummy foods to see.
  • Toys Around the World

    Mary Pat Ehmann

    Paperback (Gareth Stevens Publishing, Aug. 15, 2018)
    Did you know that dolls have been found to be a toy in nearly every culture on Earth? In childhood, it's hard to imagine that there are even other places in the world, let alone that these places have children with totally different toys. This book shows the rich diversity of playthings children across the globe entertain themselves and learn with. Through easy-to-understand language and vivid full-color photography on every spread, this important work also teaches that we all have the same basic needs as humans. No children's library or classroom should be without this book.
  • Homes Around the World

    Dona Herweck Rice

    eBook (Teacher Created Materials, Oct. 1, 2011)
    Learn about the different places that people call home--from apartments to cottages and castles to farmhouses. With bright, vivid photos and easy-to-read informational text, readers are introduced to different cultures' definitions of "home."
  • The World Around Us

    Rosemary Wells

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, July 9, 2001)
    Based on the author's book, Timothy Goes to School, young readers can learn about families and communities in a preschool tale which also features social studies activities designed to develop early map skills and their increase knowledge of holidays. Simultaneous.
  • Dreams Around the World

    Takashi Owaki

    language (One Peace Books, Nov. 3, 2017)
    Dreams Around the World takes you on a once-in-a-lifetime journey and introduces you to thirteen children between the ages of four and eight who share their dreams for the future, as well as their day-to-day lives. From Finland in the north to Argentina in the south, from Mexico in the west to China in the east, you will meet girls and boys who dream about becoming doctors, jockeys, and even kung-fu masters...just like you. Photographs, maps, flags, and interesting facts about every place accompany each child's story, letting you participate in a cultural experience like no other. In the end, you will discover that despite being from different places, you all have at least one thing in common: dreams! Included are two pages for you to add your own story.
  • Pets Around the World

    Katy Duffield

    language (Ready Readers, Nov. 16, 2018)
    People all over the world love pets. Some pets are popular in certain areas of the world. Let’s find out about the popular pets around the world. Paired to the fiction title The Perfect Pet.
  • Kids Around the World

    The Washington Post

    eBook (Diversion Books, Nov. 12, 2013)
    The Washington Post's acclaimed “Kids Around the World” feature now available in eBook 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.
  • Teatime Around the World

    Denyse Waissbluth, Chelsea O'Byrne

    Hardcover (Greystone Kids, Oct. 27, 2020)
    A celebration of diversity and deliciousness, Teatime Around the World reveals all the wonderful ways we can enjoy a cup of tea––or two! Let’s go on an adventure to discover new cultures and friends through tea! In this fun and lyrical picture book for ages 4-8, kids will learn how tea is enjoyed in Thailand, Japan, Russia, Egypt, Pakistan, Hong Kong, Uruguay, South Sudan, India, and more countries! Did you know that po cha, the traditional tea in Tibet, is thick and salty like soup? Or that in Iran, tea is served with a rock? (A rock candy, that is!) Or that afternoon tea was dreamed up in England by a duchess who complained of being hungry between lunch and dinner? With vivid poetry, vibrant illustrations, and unique facts about different tea cultures, Teatime Around the World tells the delightful story of a beloved beverage.
  • Clothes Around the World

    Clare Lewis

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

    John Coy

    Paperback (Lee & Low Books, March 1, 2015)
    A fantastic journey around the world is about to begin. Starting in downtown New York and traveling to Australia, China, Turkey, Serbia, Nigeria, France, Brazil, Canada, Puerto Rico, and back to New York again, kids play their hearts out in a grueling, winner-take-all, pick-up basketball game. Full court passes in a gym in Shanghai are effortlessly picked off in Istanbul with a turn of the page. Thwack! Readers will challenge themselves to keep pace with these young players while taking in the sights of the Eiffel Tower and other landmarks that frame the action in each city.John Coy, author of the award-winning Strong to the Hoop, draws once more from his bottomless knowledge of basketball to bring readers the grit, sweat, and realistic hoop-speak that passes between players who know and love the game. Packed full of comic book style action and locales from all over the globe.
  • The Race Around the World

    Nancy Castaldo, Wesley Lowe

    eBook (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.
  • Families Around the World

    Clare Lewis

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