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  • Animals Around the World

    Deborah Chancellor, Anthony Lewis

    Board book (Kingfisher, April 13, 2010)
    With warm and friendly artworks from award-winning artist Anthony Lewis, Animals Around the World contains more than 70 flaps to open. It is the perfect interactive introduction to animal habitats for young children, who will delight in the scene changes that are revealed as they open the flaps.
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  • People Around the World

    Antony Mason

    Hardcover (Kingfisher, Oct. 15, 2002)
    Take a trip around the globe and meet the people and lifestyles that make up our world in this richly illustrated reference.Organized into eight chapters-continent by continent, and then by smaller geographical areas-People Around the World is packed with photographs and takes the reader on a kaleidoscopic tour of people and their lifestyles. Young readers will gain a truly global perspective on how people live as they discover how the inhabitants of familiar and unfamiliar places dress, earn a living, and enjoy their leisure time. Along the way they'll also find out what foods different people eat, what languages they speak, what they believe in, and how they are governed. Special Features A reference section at the end of each chapter covers literacy rates, population densities, currencies, and life expectancies Chapter openers include a map and scene-setting photographs Superb photographs of children and adults in representative, everyday settings Comprehensive index
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  • Peas Around the World

    Keesha Laws

    Paperback (eGenKids, July 18, 2017)
    When sisters Taylin and Paisyn balk at eating their peas one night at supper, Mom and Dad use the occasion as a teachable moment to help their daughters understand how much better off they are than many of the people in the rest of the world. In the discussion that follows, the girls learn of many practical ways to help others in need, such as charities, homeless shelters with free meals, donating money for housing construction and local support projects such as clothing, toy, and book drives. By the time supper is over, Taylin and Paisyn are excited about all the things they can do to help people who don’t have as much as they do, and they can’t wait to get started.
  • Games Around the World

    Casey Null Petersen

    eBook (Teacher Created Materials, Dec. 30, 2011)
    Have you ever heard of The Excited Burro or Ringel Ringel? These are games that children play in other countries. Children play different games in different parts of the world, but they all have fun! Vibrant photos, diagrams, maps, informational text, and interesting facts invite readers to learn the way children around the world play the same games as they do in this delightful nonfiction title.
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  • Food Around the World

    Moira Butterfield

    Library Binding (Cavendish Square, Jan. 15, 2016)
    Learn about the different foods people eat in distant and diverse places.
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  • Race Around the World

    David Gantz

    Hardcover (Smithmark Pub, June 15, 1987)
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  • Easter Around the World

    Shannon Knudsen, David L. Eriekson

    Paperback (First Avenue Editions, Dec. 1, 2004)
    Introduces the holiday and describes how Christians celebrate in Mexico, Ethiopia, Sweden, Russia, the Philippines, Colombia, and Germany.
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  • Families Around The World

    Julia Waterlow

    Hardcover (Hodder Wayland, )
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  • Around the World From A to Z

    Linda Cruise, Kaviya Pugazhendi

    eBook (Tandem Light Press / SkyLight Books, Dec. 15, 2015)
    Linda is a freelance author, editor, instructor, multimedia specialist, and photographer. While earning her Master of Fine Arts in Writing from Spalding University, she served as editor of The Louisville Review. Along with a BA from Rutgers University and MA in Anthropology (Binghamton University), she is a graduate of the Institute of Children’s Literature. Not only is she a Vermont Arts Council featured artist, but she also worked as the Council’s catalog Editor for its Art of Action Project. Her published work includes fiction, creative non-fiction, literary criticism, journalism, poetry, biography, and photography. Linda is a member of the League of Vermont Writers (having served twice on its Board of Directors), Phi Beta Kappa, SCBWI, and a former member of AWP. Linda lives in northern Vermont with her family and dog. She enjoys travel, nature, books, films, and sports, especially skiing and volleyball. More information can be found at her website: lindacruise.com.
  • Around the World

    James Carter, Anne Wilson

    Paperback (Collins Educational, June 1, 2012)
    Traversing across the world by train, boat and plane, the two children in this story poem encounter the extremes of sun and snow travelling to Africa, India and China. The book begins with a poem, before revealing their journey's details, and repetitive questions encourage the reader to turn the page and continue the voyage.• Yellow/ Band 3 books offer varied sentence structure and natural language.• Text type - A poem with predictable structure and patterned language.• The story map on pages 14 and 15 gives children the opportunity to follow the route again on a world map.• Curriculum links - Geography: Where in the world is Barnaby bear? Passport to the world. Music: Feel the pulse.
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  • At Home Around the World

    Tina McDowell

    Paperback (Rosen Publishing Group, Jan. 1, 2003)
    Offers beginning readers a brief introduction to the different kinds of homes people live in around the world.
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  • All Around The World

    Emma Martin, Melanie Friedersdorf

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Oct. 21, 2017)
    Inspired by her love of travel and learning, 11-year-old Emma introduces readers to eight fictional children from around the world.
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