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Children Just Like Me: Our Favorite Stories

by Anabel Kindersley, Jamila Gavin

Other authors: Amanda Hall (Illustrator)

Series: Children Just Like Me

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Retellings of favourite folktales, myths and stories from around the world. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.

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This is a colorful picture book that contains several short stories from around the world while highlighting it's children. The multicultural informational book contains pictures, facts, maps, and artifacts from different countries. It includes Brazil, Mexico, Canada, France, Finland, Botswana, Morocco, India, Mongolia, and New Zealand. It is a fabulous way to learn about different cultures through the eyes of a child.
  CindyNeils | Jul 30, 2016 |
This book contains several short stories from around the world while highlighting it's children. This multicultural picture book contains children, facts, and artifacts from different countries. It includes Brazil, Mexico, Canada, France, Finland, Botswana, Morocco, India, Mongolia, and New Zealand. It is a great way to learn about different cultures through the eyes of children. ( )
  CindyNeils | Jul 29, 2016 |
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