Greetings!Book - 1994
By exploring and comparing everyday objects and rituals, this series helps young readers understand the similarities and differences that exist among societies, as well as the role that everyday objects play in reflecting the inner life and culture of people from around the world. Each book's design incorporates four-color photos, cut-outs, and silhouettes that mingle with short text blocks, making this multicultural series not just visually appealing, but uniquely informative, too.
Every culture has it's own rules about how to greet people. Bedouin men in Saudia Arabia stroke their beards and Tahitians rub their noses.
Publisher: Chicago : Childrens Press, 1994
Branch Call Number: J 395 BAD
Characteristics: 32 p. :,ill. ;,26 cm
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