Children of the World

Illustrated by Andrea Stegmaier
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Hardcover
$17.99 US
8.56"W x 10.94"H x 0.48"D  
On sale May 24, 2022 | 64 Pages | 978-1-944530-40-2
| Grade 2 & Up
Reading Level: Lexile IG1030L | Fountas & Pinnell S
Young readers can discover what life is like for children all around the world as they explore everything from food to family, and even learn how to say hello in many different languages.

Young readers can discover what life is like for children all around the world as they explore everything from food to family, and even learn how to say hello in many different languages. They will see where it’s polite to slurp your food and bad manners to give the thumbs-up sign. They’ll learn where children travel to school by cable car, and even discover who sleeps on an oven bed at night! This fascinating look at the lives of children around the globe gives an important insight into the many differences to celebrate in our diverse, beautiful world.
Nicola Edwards was raised by the seaside in beautiful Brighton. She loves reading, dancing, rhyming, and turquoise things. She now lives with her husband in East London and spends her days writing and editing children's books.

Andrea Stegmaier draws a lot and loves to make books. As a kid she made books for her dolls, later she made books for her kids, and now she makes books for everyone. She went to University to study architecture, but that’s a different story. Andrea lives with her family in Stuttgart, a busy town in Germany.

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Young readers can discover what life is like for children all around the world as they explore everything from food to family, and even learn how to say hello in many different languages.

Young readers can discover what life is like for children all around the world as they explore everything from food to family, and even learn how to say hello in many different languages. They will see where it’s polite to slurp your food and bad manners to give the thumbs-up sign. They’ll learn where children travel to school by cable car, and even discover who sleeps on an oven bed at night! This fascinating look at the lives of children around the globe gives an important insight into the many differences to celebrate in our diverse, beautiful world.

Author

Nicola Edwards was raised by the seaside in beautiful Brighton. She loves reading, dancing, rhyming, and turquoise things. She now lives with her husband in East London and spends her days writing and editing children's books.

Andrea Stegmaier draws a lot and loves to make books. As a kid she made books for her dolls, later she made books for her kids, and now she makes books for everyone. She went to University to study architecture, but that’s a different story. Andrea lives with her family in Stuttgart, a busy town in Germany.

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