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Description - Australia to Zimbabwe by Ruth Fitts

A VOYA Magazine 2016 Nonfiction Honor Title Readers will take a whirlwind romp around the globe with this eye-popping A-Z children s book exploring 24 different places around the world through memorable rhymes, gorgeous photos, detailed maps, and interactive activities. The facts are styled in a creative and accessible way that can be brought into each child s home through crafts, recipes, games, and recommendations for music and books. Activities such as how to carve like a Zimbabwean sculptor, how to play the Danish game of cooperative tag, how to make Turkish meatballs, and how to make a boomerang will be intriguing for all ages. The contributions from embassies, educators, and photographers around the globe bring an authentic flavor to this groundbreaking geography book, enabling readers to experience the sights, sounds, and flavors of each country. Also great for parents and teachers, this book offers an abundance of ideas for international festivals, creative festivals, and rainy days."

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780996249577
ISBN-10: 0996249575
Format: Hardback
(284mm x 221mm x 23mm)
Imprint: Love the World Books
Publisher: Love the World Books
Publish Date: 17-Nov-2015
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Ruth Fitts

Ruth Fitts is the cofounder of the International Children's Festival and the former director of the Meridian International Classroom where she trained international diplomats and scholars to create exciting classroom introductions to their home countries. She works in the children's room of her local library where she gives story times and pours over juvenile nonfiction. She lives in Washington, DC."