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by Arthur Dorros
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  • Author:
    Arthur Dorros
  • ISBN:
    0590453033
  • ISBN13:
    978-0590453035
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  • Publisher:
    Scholastic Inc. (1992)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
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    1456 kb
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  • Rating:
    4.4
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Have you ever launched a curriculum from just one book?

Activities for this book. Open your front door to find the similarities and differences in housing structures around the world. Whether houses are big or small, on water or land, the people who live in houses make them their homes. Have you ever launched a curriculum from just one book? This one is full of possibilities. -Scholastic Early Childhood Today.

This is My House book. The image This is My House written and illustrated by Arthur Dorros is a book that portrays what people from around the world call home

This is My House book. The image This is My House written and illustrated by Arthur Dorros is a book that portrays what people from around the world call home. Not all houses are the same, some are tall others are small, some are made of wood, others are made of steel, some houses can move, and others are more permanent structures. This book depicts how the environment, lifestyle, culture, and climate all play a part of what makes a home. Each page of this book has the location of the country the house is depicted in.

Open your front door and learn about different houses around the world. Learn how to say "This is my house.

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Another book is from the Dr. Seuss Library - There's a Map on my Lap! - this goes into . Seuss Library - There's a Map on my Lap! - this goes into more detail about maps and geography. So here's a list of some other good ones: Me on the Map - Joan Sweeny There's A Map in my Lap - Tish Rabe Mapping Penny's World - Loreen Leedy The News Hounds and the Great Balloon Race - Amy Axelrod + Tim Bowers. Unfortunately, that's all I can think of right now. Hope it helps you some.

21 Total Resources 20 Books. Books by Arthur Dorros 20. Sort by. Number of Resources Number of Awards Book Title Year Published Word Count Reading Level: ATOS® Reading Level: Lexile®. Browse books by Arthur Dorros. by Arthur Dorros and Raúl Colón. 11 Resources2 Awards. by Arthur Dorros and Elisa Kleven.

Arthur Dorros (born 1950) is an author and illustrator of children's books. He attended Pacific Oaks College and graduated from the University of Wisconsin

Arthur Dorros (born 1950) is an author and illustrator of children's books. He attended Pacific Oaks College and graduated from the University of Wisconsin He is an American author of children's books. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin and learned to speak Spanish while traveling in Latin America. He has also worked as a carpenter, cook, draftsman, photographer and teacher.

Open your front door and learn about different houses around the world. Learn how to say "This is my house." in the language of each country.

Hilarious Kangaroo
Son read this for his second grade IB assignment. We both liked it.
Mamuro
Awesome
Ginaun
Thumbs up!
Vivaral
My mom LOVED this
Ballagar
Was in great condition, husband is loving it!
Iesha
Loved the pictures
Gholbirdred
Fantastic Book! After checking it out at the library, and looking at it repeatedly, we will be getting our own. We were intrigued by how people live all over the world. The number of global homes illustrated is phenomenal. My children love that it included how to say, "This is my house" in languages from all over the world. This is the best book we have seen on this topic. Written and illustrated in a way that leaves youngest and oldest of audiences awed and wanting more. Loved it!
This book came to *our* house when my eldest child was two and we have read it regularly and often ever since. He enjoys seeing the great variety of houses pictured (in detailed, realistic illustrations) as well as hearing the different languages (written both in original characters and phonetically for English speakers). As a parent who enjoys presenting information from a global perspective, I love this book too.