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Children of the world : how we live, learn, and play in poems, drawings, and photographs

Author: Anthony Asael; Stéphanie Rabemiafara; Art in All of Us (Association)
Publisher: New York, NY : Universe, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Explore the geography, traditions, and peoples of 192 different countries--identifying cultural similarities and differences--and ultimately discover that children from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe all draw, smile, and play. In addition to full-color photography and artwork, Children of the world also features fun facts about each country's children--what languages they speak, what foods they like to eat, and what  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Pictorial works
Juvenile literature
Pictorial works Juvenile literature
Cross-cultural studies
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony Asael; Stéphanie Rabemiafara; Art in All of Us (Association)
ISBN: 9780789322678 0789322676
OCLC Number: 694832897
Notes: "Art in All of Us"--Cover.
Description: 415 p. : col. ill., maps ; 22 x 29 cm.
Responsibility: Anthony Asael and Stéphanie Rabemiafara.

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"Explore the geography, traditions, and peoples of 192 different countries--identifying cultural similarities and differences--and ultimately discover that children from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe all draw, smile, and play. In addition to full-color photography and artwork, Children of the world also features fun facts about each country's children--what languages they speak, what foods they like to eat, and what sports they like to play. With these interesting insights into the daily lives of children everywhere, it's like having a penpal in every corner of the world."--from jkt.

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