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My Town (Young Geography)

by Rebecca Treays

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Treays looks at life in a town through the e yes of Ted, a young boy, and introduces the basic concepts o f human and social geography. Fold-out pages reveal cross-se ctions of buildings, and help to encourage map-reading skill s '
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Pablo and Nadia show the city where they live and the places their parents go in an every day basis. Detailed layout of the city that shows activities happening and how it looked in the past.
Social Studies: Map skills
Chapter 2, lesson 1 and 4
  Lou_Sanz | Jul 24, 2021 |
I like how simple this text is, but the flaps don't lend well to read alouds. I like the book though. ( )
  matthewbloome | May 19, 2013 |
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Treays looks at life in a town through the e yes of Ted, a young boy, and introduces the basic concepts o f human and social geography. Fold-out pages reveal cross-se ctions of buildings, and help to encourage map-reading skill s '

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