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Many Ways: How families practice their beliefs and religions - Cover
Many Ways: How families practice their beliefs and religions
Shelley Rotner & Sheila Kelly, Millbrook Press 2006
Families across the globe have different beliefs about God. This lovely book of photographs and texts examines many of the ways different religions are practiced by children and their families. Extremely informative and clear. The photos engage and enlarge children's understanding. The Spanish-language version of this book -- "De muchas maneras: Cómo las familias practican sus creencia y religiones"-- is also on our shelves.

Ages: Play Years (2-4), Transition (4-5), Young School Age (5-8)
Languages: English
Book Types: Non-Fiction, Photo Book
Identity Groups: African, Asian, Latinx, Southwest Asia/North Africa, Multi-racial Groups, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, Pagan, White/Euro-American
Special Topics: Celebrations and Holidays
Strands: Joy in Diversity, Global Awareness