Las Paredes Hablan: Cuentan Mas Historias

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Tilbury House Publishers, 1996 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 28 pages
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The award-winning Talking Walls and its sequel, Talking Walls: The Stories Continue, introduce young readers to different cultures and different issues around the world by telling the stories of walls and how they can hold a community together or separate it. Featured walls include the Great Wall of China, the murals of Diego Rivera, Nelson Mandela's prison walls, a Holocaust memorial in Poland, Ndebele wall designs in South Africa, Hadrian's Wall in England, and the Peace Lines in Belfast, Northern Ireland. These books will spark the curiosity of young readers as they learn about their world and its amazing diversity.The Teacher's Guides, written by Margy Burns Knight and Thomas V. Chan, offer hundreds of classroom activities in language arts, social studies, science, math, food experiences, arts and crafts, and more, with many print and non-print resources for further explorations.

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User Review  - AbigailAdams26 - LibraryThing

In this follow-up to their initial Talking Walls collection, author Margy Burns Knight and illustrator Anne Sibley O'Brien once again delve into the wealth of walls to be found, the world over, and ... Read full review


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