Describes family festivities all over the world, including Japan, Pakistan, Namibia, Canada and Mexico.
As night settles in, a baby’s yawn travels around the world, inducing sleepiness everywhere.
This book ontroduces young readers to common phrases such as ‘good morning’, ‘thank you’, and ‘please’ in German, Hebrew, Spanish, Arabic, Russian, Hindi, Chinese, Zulu, Japanese, Italian, French, and Portuguese.
Abdus, Annie, Marco and Terri encourage children to search for an African medallion, a claddagh ring, tostones, rambutan and other ethnic riches.
From a festival in India to a bus in Germany, from a park in China to a campfire in Australia, loving moms, dads, and kids share their lives.
This book explores the importance of celebrating to people all over the world.
This book explores the importance of carrying things as well as babies and of lending a helping hand by sharing a load.
Young people describe the different kinds of homes they live in around the world and how they see the stars. Eight children–from the Philippines, Ghana, Japan, the American Southwest, Brazil, Alaska, Mongolia, and Nepal–share stories of the stars that they can see from their homelands.
This book explores the importance of smiling to people all over the world.