My son chose these as his "reading books" for a couple of days at gramma's house, so I have to admit I didn't see him read them, but gramma did. Her response was.. "He asked me questions, and told me what he was learning."
I consider that a is a sign of a job well done by a book.
Make it so a lad can read it himself and then tell other people what he read.
- If you were me and lived in Australia (has received the Clarion five star review)
- if you were me and lived in Russia
- if you were me and lived in Portugal.
These books are not long, averaging 24 pages. They are billed a child's introduction to culture around the world." They live up to their billing. They start with a map of the country you are visiting and go through a "day" in the life of a child. You learn some of the native language, see some the foods eaten, and learn various things about the country. These facts can include common names for children, what to call your parents, sports, capital cities, famous landmarks and more.
Colourful pictures decorate each page and the print is large helping children be able to read the pages easily. A pronunciation list closes off each book.
Books on If you were me and lived: Australia, Russia and Portugal.
Author: Carole P. Roman
You can learn more of Carole overhere.
Publisher: Away we Go Media.
Price: varies depending on where you get it.
Pages: approximately 24