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Children Just Like Me - Cover
Children Just Like Me
Barnabas Kinkersley, Dorling Kinkersley, New York, 1995
Extrordinary photographs bring to life the international world of children's families and homes, their clothes and food, their friends, favorite games, and other aspects of their daily lives. Wonderful, simple explanations, with photos to illustrate, compare and contrast the ways families are the same and oh so different all over our planet. A unique celebration of children around the world.

Ages: Transition (4-5), Young School Age (5-8)
Languages: English
Book Types: Photo Book
Identity Groups: Elders, Rural, Working Class, African American, African, Asian, Bi-Racial, Latino American, Latinx, Southwest Asia/North Africa, Native American, Multi-racial Groups, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim
Strands: Joy in Diversity, Global Awareness