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Read about the many cultures of the world in these beautiful picture books.
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The image, juxtaposition, and contrast combine in this powerful wordless picture book showing that, although our external worlds and cultures may be different, we are have far more in common.
New Zealand’s diverse community is highlighted in this warm and comforting story of friendship and community – and food!
We may live in different parts of the world, and have experiences, but we are all the same underneath it all. A lovely, warm story.
A beautifully atmospheric exploration through New Zealand’s cultural identity, as expressed through the worlds of our children.
Babies around the world are all the same. They sleep, play, make noise, and are loved.
From its inception, Sesame Street has shown that children are the same – and all need to be heard. This title helps demonstrate their commitment to those ideas.
This is a treat and gives me warm-fuzzies. Children are treasures and often referred to as such, everywhere around the world.
The power of music and dance to unite us, is joyfully expressed in this classic New Zealand tale, set in Cannons Creek in Porirua (home of the late, great, Jerry Collins, All Black).
Hour by hour, according to the clock, but at the same moment, children around the world are living and enjoying life. A wonderful introduction to the sale of the Earth, time zones, and history.
Words and photos celebrate cultural differences and yet avoids falling into the pitfall of stereotyping. A powerful, yet approachable, book.
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