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In Time to Play, readers will meet children from around the world and find out what games they like to play. From board games to sports, some games are played in only one culture, while others, such as soccer, are loved in countries and cultures worldwide. Many families cannot afford to buy toys, but that doesn’t keep inventive youngsters from making their own toy cars, dolls, bikes, and even soccer balls from trash!

Interest Level Grade 3
Reading Level Grade 2
Genre Nonfiction
Copyright 2015
Publisher Ruby Tuesday Books
Series My World Your World
Language English
Number of Pages 24
ISBN 9781910549063, 9781910549070, 9781627247702
Title Format Reinforced book, Hosted eBook, Savings Bundle
Dewey 790
Dimensions 10 x 8
ATOS Reading Level 3.9
Guided Reading Level L
Lexile Reading Level 590
Author Ellen Lawrence

SLC Review - My World Your World

This photographic collection explores the similarities and differences in how young children live, work, and play around the world. Each selection has colorful layouts with facts and vocabulary, and a map of the world highlighting the locations featured. In addition, there is a learn online component offered that is unique to each subtopic, providing links for further learning. Young children will connect with many of the topics, and will delight in learning new facts about the lives of other children around the world. From how to make a soccer ball using plastic bags to a view inside a Mongolian nomad’s ger, all readers will learn something new!

School Library Journal Review for My World Your World

As the series title suggests, this set invites readers to compare their own lives to those of a diverse group of children from all around the globe. The books focus on topics that are of interest and will be familiar to kids. Bright, attractive photos (often four to six per spread) are the strongest element. The texts are comprised of simple paragraphs with basic content and well-written captions, supplemented by circular sidebar insets. A “Where in the World” map locates all mentioned cultures. The tone is cheerful, but sections about children who lack safe food, water, or the opportunities afforded to American children will encourage readers to empathize with those who are less fortunate. These volumes introduce other cultures even as they emphasize the universality of the needs for shelter, clothing, food, education, and celebrations and play. VERDICT Strong choices for early readers.

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