From everyday clothes to outfits worn only on special occasions, The Clothes We Wear introduces young readers to the incredible variety of clothes, shoes, hats, and jewelry that people wear around the world. From reindeer-skin coats to colorful shawls made from alpaca wool, readers will learn that not everyone buys their clothes online or at a mall! Young readers will also find out how a worn-out T-shirt or jeans that no longer fit can become a new outfit for another child living on the other side of the world.
Perhaps you take the bus to school or ride in the car. But imagine traveling to school on your family’s donkey cart or paddling to school along a jungle river in a canoe! How We Get Around explores the many different ways in which people travel during their everyday lives. From high-speed bullet trains in Japan to snowmobiles in Alaska, we’re all on the move in dozens of different ways.
Explores national day (patriotism day) traditions from around the world, including independence days and patriotic holidays.
Explores global traditions surrounding the arrival of a new year, including food, parties, finding good luck, and making resolutions.
Explores global traditions surrounding birthdays, including cake, parties, and decorations.
Explores Christmas traditions from around the world, including foods, gift-giving, and religious celebrations.
Explores Easter traditions from around the world, including Easter eggs, the Easter bunny, food, and religious celebrations.