3 edition of We came as children found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||GV640.5.J4 G4 1966a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||66023804|
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A refrain repeats throughout the picture book We Came to America: "We came to America, every color, race, and religion, from every country in the world." Written by Faith Ringgold and illustrated in her signature style, this timely book reminds us that unless we are Native American all of our family lines began elsewhere/5(16).
- "Bang. How we came to Be" is very much on the opposite end of the spectrum: One big oil painting per double page plus a pretty poetic text. On 66 pages you travel from the big bang via planet formation and origin of life through evolutionary history.
The oil paintings are really well done and illustrate evolution very nicely/5(50). About We Came To America. A timely and beautiful look at America’s rich history of immigration and diversity, from Faith Ringgold, the Coretta Scott King and Caldecot Honor winning creator of Tar Beach From the Native Americans who first called this land their home, to the millions of people who have flocked to its shores ever since, America is a country rich in diversity.
The book we are going to read today is We came to America by Faith Ringgold (shows cover of book). Does anybody know why their ancestors came to America (children respond). There are multiple reasons why people came to America and how, lets see what the ones are in the past are and currently (turns page and starts reading).4/5.
The book is written by Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Straight forward and honest telling of the attempt to strip Aboriginal Children of their Culture and identities.
I highly reccommend this book to those who are interested in hearing of the "Brown Holocaust" that occurred in Canadian History/5. We Came to America Faith Ringgold. Knopf, $ (32p) ISBN Buy this book In a timely “In spite of where we came from,/ Or how or We came as children book we came,/ We are ALL Americans.
This We came as children book book (ages ) is a fictional story about the journey of a German Family in the mid 's. It follows their move from their home for the Russian Volga River Colonies, and as their descendants live and prosper on the Volga. It ends around as their children's children finally leave the Volga and settle in new homes in : CreateSpace Publishing.
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Despite these stumbling blocks, the book’s primary, communal message, affirmed in its oft-repeated refrain, is a welcome one: “We came to America, / Every color, race, and religion, / From every country in the world.” Preceding the story, Ringgold dedicates the book “to all the children who come to we welcome them.”.
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i am trying to find the title of a book that was sold to my parents by a couple of traveling salesmen, who were selling encylcopedia's in the early 80's- They sold my parents a book that had 3 children's stories inside and it came with audio tapes.
This Is Me: A Story of Who We Are and Where We Came From is set in a diverse classroom, and Curtis weaves in contemporary references, mentioning commercial brands kids may relate to: Nintendo DS, Barbie, Katy Perry. The story's told in rhyme that can be a bit bumpy, but the story's warm, and the richly detailed art anchors the reader.5/5.
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The multiracial year-old girl doesn’t remember much before being adopted two years ago, but when her classroom pet mouse has babies, she. Despite these stumbling blocks, the book's primary, communal message, affirmed in its oft-repeated refrain, is a welcome one: "We came to America, / Every color, race, and religion, / From every country in the world." Preceding the story, Ringgold dedicates the book "to all the children who come to we welcome them."Brand: Random House Children's Books.
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I included a mix of lesser known s books plus a handful of. It ends about as their children's children leave the Volga to settle in America. The story line is much the same as in my series of 10 historical novels, but is written from a child’s interests and view.
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