Bicycles

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Two-Can, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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In many respects, children around the world live very different lives. But at the same time, there are vibrant threads that connect them all. This simple photographic series explores these connections by taking readers around the globe to meet people who are both unique and touchingly familiar Learning to ride, racing with friends, hauling goods to market, or getting away from it all, bicycles play an important part in cultures around the world. Bicycles introduces readers to Linh, Mumi, Cidinha, and many others, as they show and tell about how they use their bikes. Hair: Long or short, curly or straight, black, brown, red or yellow, everyone's hair is different. In Hair, you?ll take a delightful journey from Cambodia to Bolivia, to Pakistan and Burkina Faso, as people show and tell about the way they wear their hair. Series info: ? Simple text and charming photos make the books a great way to introduce diversity to young children. ? A world map pinpoints the location o

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