Homes Around the World (DK READERS)

Homes Around the World (DK READERS) Combining Photographs, Lively Illustrations, And Engaging, Age Appropriate Stories, DK Readers Capture Children S Interest While Developing Their Reading Skills And General Knowledge Homes Around The World Looks At Some Of The World S Most Unusual Human Residences, Including Pueblos, Floating Homes, Tree Houses, Portable Yurts, And Eco Friendly Houses

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❦ Homes Around the World (DK READERS) free download ➜ Author Max Moore –
  • Paperback
  • 31 pages
  • Homes Around the World (DK READERS)
  • Max Moore
  • English
  • 05 December 2017
  • 9780756645229

10 thoughts on “Homes Around the World (DK READERS)

  1. says:

    I enjoyed this book because I like homes I also enjoyed this book because this book had a lot of homes in it.

  2. says:

    A poor man s Come Over to My House The photographs and information is all good But not a lot of repeat reading, I m guessing Show have made it rhyme.

  3. says:

    DRA 16The author introduces different kinds of houses and shelters from around the world He briefly talks about the culture and the people who live in each of the houses Among the houses introduced are Adobes made houses beehive houses which are a cone shaped mud brick homes typical of the Middle East and Tangkonan homes in Asia, which are shaped like boats It is a great book to introduce cultural diversity.

  4. says:

    This book explained homes around the world that people lived in.I thought it was really interesting, because I don t know much about different cultures, but I am also interested in learning about them Some of the ways people live are crazy I like the house that floats on the river, and the one made out of animal hides People are very resourceful and adaptable, and I admire that.

  5. says:

    My 2 yr old son is now obsessed with this book and makes his own little houses out of tables or chairs I just wish they d say the region or part of the world each house is found, rather than just places like lakes or where it s hot.

  6. says:

    Really interesting book, but I wish they told where each of the homes was instead of using generic places like in the forest, where its hot, etc.

  7. says:

    My favorite home around the world was an igloo Because igloos you can sleep on the comfy snow with snow clothes on.

  8. says:

    Can be used to discuss different houses Differences in your students Diversity and Culture

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