Written by Tessa Strickland and Kate DePalma, Illustrated by David Dean
Empower tomorrow’s global citizens to grasp today’s critical social issues with The Barefoot Book of Children. Hand-painted illustrations and straightforward text directly engage the reader, inviting children to ask themselves: How do other children live? How are we different? And most importantly: How are we alike? The Barefoot Book of Children is a playful, powerful and thought-provoking celebration of both the big ideas and the everyday moments that reveal our common humanity and tie us all together.
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|A lyrical exploration of humankind that strikes a lovely balance between celebrating individuality while recognizing the rewards of community”
—Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
|“More than just an exploration of our commonalities, The Barefoot Book of Children is an affirmation of our inherent dignity as human beings”
— Caryl Stern, President & CEO, U. S. Fund for UNICEF
|“Definitely add this to the mix to create interested world citizens”
— Kirkus Reviews
|“Things like individuality and belonging, uniqueness and commonality, diversity and acceptance are communicated in a way that children enjoy and understand… Each colorfully illustrated pair of pages is like a story unto itself, so much so that children tend to linger to take it all in”
— Tillywig Toy & Media Awards
|“Unlike other books about global diversity, this title focuses on common elements of humanity, without first assigning them a label… [T]he artwork is filled with details that will bring new discoveries with every reading. This is an ambitious book that succeeds in capturing all manner of diversity of the human species”
|“VERDICT: An excellent introduction to cultural diversity for public and school libraries and elementary classrooms. Perfect for geography and social studies lessons”
— School Library Journal
|“I feel the world becomes a better place for each child who reads [The Barefoot Book of Children] or has it read to them”
— Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web
|“The Barefoot Book of Children is globally inclusive and shows us that, whether we are in Boston, U.S.; or Katmandu, Nepal; or Maseru, Lesotho; our lives are similar yet different… Congratulations to the authors for passing a timely, important message in a picturesque, playful yet compelling manner”
— Dr. Mphu Ramatlapeng, Executive Vice-President, Clinton Health Access Initiative
|“The world unfolds, page to page, with rhythmic clarity and bright appeal.”
— Gregory Maguire, author of Wicked
|“The more I look through The Barefoot Book of Children, the more I love it… I’m going to keep The Barefoot Book of Children in a prominent spot, to encourage wonder and imagination that will know no boundaries”
— Homa Sabet Tavangar, Global Education Author / Advisor
|“I love how inclusive this book is! I’m excited to use it to engage my daughter in age-appropriate conversations about diversity and to help her make connections between her own experiences and what she sees in the book and ultimately, the rest of the world. Thank you, Barefoot, for publishing such a fabulous and much needed children’s book!”
— Nancy Yue, Raising A Reader, National Office
|“I have never seen a book encompass the rich tapestry of humanity the way this one does. It represents virtually every skin tone, dozens of world cultures, various disabilities, transracial families, military families, foster families, and gay and lesbian families“
— Shannon Evans, A Great Parade
|“The Barefoot Book of Children is what every library, every school, in my [New York City] borough should be reading and making available to the kids we serve, because every child here will see themselves in this book”
— Rosemary Kiladitis, Children’s and Academic Librarian
|“With all the negative discourse going in the world right now (particularly right now), I’ve been on the lookout for positive things that make me and my children feel better…Call me a sappy child of the ’70s, but by the time I was done reading [The Barefoot Book of Children], I was singing, ‚I’d like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony.’”
— Georgette Gilmore, Cool Mom Picks
|“The Barefoot Book of Children would make a special gift for any educator or parent wanting to nurture the seed of loving kindness and empathy in children.”
— Plenty Magazine
Okouzlující dobrodružství, které sleduje sny jedné spící dívky. Pojd´te se potkat z mnoha známými z různých pohádek a lidových příběhů od 1 do 10 a zpět.
In this enchanting counting adventure, follow the dreams of a sleeping girl and meet favourite characters from fairy tales and folk stories as you journey from one to ten and back again.
Krásně barevné a kvalitní provedení (tvrdé desky) o zvířátkách na celém světě. Níže je přiložený slovníček, spousta hravých slovíček/australská edice, lingvistická perla.
This second collaboration by the award-winning team of Glenda Millard and Rebecca Cool is a celebration of the beauty and mystery of life in its many forms.
For all creatures – the great and the small, the winged and the walking, the singing and the silent – we are thankful.
- From the author and illustrator of the award-winning Isabella’s Garden, comes a new companion title which readers will fall in love with
- Isabella’s Garden has received numerous awards including: Honour Book: Picture Book of the Year, Children’s Book Council of Australia Awards, 2010; short-listed for the 2010 Queensland Premier’s Literary Awards Children’s Book – Mary Ryan Award; short-listed for the Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards 2010, Lower Primary Category; and Rebecca Cool was short-listed for the 2010 Crichton Award, Children’s Book Council of Australia 2010
- Celebrates animals from all over the world
Zde si můžete stáhnout slovníček ke knize, případně omalovánky /here you can download the vocabulary, or colouring sheets
Interaktivní a inovativní pomůcka pro naučení násobilky. 125 okýnek, rady, otázky, triky a humorné ilustrace. učebí přece může být zábava!
An innovative and interactive guide to learning times tables, with over 125 flaps to lift to discover the answers underneath. Includes tips, tricks and practice questions to help with memorisation, as well as a number machine to answer any tables question. The humorous illustrations and fun questions help children to discover why times tables are helpful, and a challenge at the end encourages them to test their new knowledge. A fun book for parents and children to share together.
Dotykové knihy z nejprodávanější a oceňované „To není můj…“ série. Ilustrace od Rachel Wells se skvěle doplńují s textem a dotykovými prvky. Ideální pro rozvoj Vašich batolat.
Touchy-feely book in the best-selling, award-winning „That’s not my…“ series. The enduring appeal of Rachel Well’s delightful illustrations and the opportunity to touch a variety of textures make these books pre-school classics. The touchy-feely patches and the descriptive words help to develop babies‘ and toddlers‘ sensory and language development.