Thursday, June 14, 2018

"Welcome to our World: A Celebration of Children Everywhere" by Moira Butterfield and Harriet Lynas (Nosy Crow)

If you've ever queued again and again for the awesome "It's a small world" ride at Disneyland, this book will be RIGHT up your street...
"Welcome to our World: A Celebration of Children Everywhere" by Moira Butterfield and Harriet Lynas really is exactly that - a fantastic, joyous colourful celebration of the fabulous diversity on our planet and the amazing things that kids get up to in other countries as well as our own.

Where do they live? What's it like at school? What lovely things do they like to eat? How do they say "Hello" and "Goodbye".

Children all over the world are very different, but they also have much in common. 

This beautifully illustrated book shows us many different cultures, their language and their lives, their clothes and their food and it's an absolutely brilliant fact-filled book that will keep little ones occupied for ages. 

Absolutely perfect! We love it!

C's best bit: Drooling about all the lovely yummy food from around the world (surprising how many countries love eating cake sprinkles on bread!) and finding out that cats in Japan say "Nyan Nyan" rather than "Meow!"

Daddy's favourite bit: The Present-Pooping Log man from Catalonia. Sorry, that just tickled me to death!

"Welcome to our World: A Celebration of Children Everywhere!" by Moira Butterfield and Harriet Lynas is out now, published by Nosy Crow (kindly supplied for review)

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