7 edition of Houses around the world. found in the catalog.
Describes how people around the world have built houses adapted to their particular life style, climate, and available building materials.
|Statement||Illustrated by Richard Floethe.|
|Contributions||Floethe, Richard, illus.|
|LC Classifications||GT171 .F55|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||73001331|
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This is a picture book of houses and homes around the world. It is a simple enough read that a beginning reader can read it, but the images are so powerful that it's really suitable for any age group.
This book really drives him the idea that we, all of us, are the 1% when you take the entire globe into consideration/5(47).
This is an amazing book. I am very thrilled and pleased with it. Not only is it beautiful pictures of homes from around the world there are 2 page layout colored drawings of the inside with description of how the people live, sleep, eat, play, and study/5(31). This book is perfect for just browsing or for hours of fascinated study.
The illustrations provide an amazing amount of detail, the paper collage is stunning perfect for sharing. I'd love to see the original artwork. I highly recommend this book for introducing children to the many different types of houses available around the world/5(69). The Tiny House Movement started some years ago, with people around the world building really small living spaces and loving their new simplified lives.
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I'm guessing the previous reviewer did not know that before purchasing. I think it was a wonderful book, showing a variety of houses from around the world with interesting information about each (there is text at the bottom of each page)/5(5).
A short video to teach house types. Created by Armağan Çıtak and voiced by Hayley Erol. This social studies lesson plan introduces young learners to different types of houses and homes around the world.
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This book is a great addition to the other pieces of literature I have purchased for our homes around the world unit. Read more. 3 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. abc. out of 5 stars Five Stars. Reviewed in the United States on Verified Purchase.
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