A celebration of the common love of play shared by children throughout the world is a lavishly photographed visual essay depicting young people from a diverse range of cultures engaged in activities from games and dancing to pretending and cuddling.
A celebration of kids and their boundless energy shows some of the amazing ways children run, twirl, and leap through their world.
Friends come together to sing, dance, and play in this tribute to community. Pat Mora weaves the repeating lines of a pantoum, a Malaysian poetic form, into a joyful celebration while George Ancona’s energetic photos capture the ways of enjoying good times with others.
Explores ways that babies are carried in various countries of the world.
Discusses the ways in which people all over the world move from place to place, including walking, riding on animals, and traveling on wheels and water.
Introduces a variety of hats, from soft and hard hats to snuggly and hooded hats.
Provides examples of the different ways in which love can be expressed, with an emphasis on the relationship between parent and child.
Text and photographs from countries around the world illustrate some of the activities children everywhere have in common.
A loving, positive look at fathers around the world and how they relate to their children.
Photographs of mothers around the world depict a positive look at the relationship between mothers and children.