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Around the World in a Bathtub: Bathing All Over the Globe by Wade Bradford, illustrated by Micha Archer
Published by Charlesbridge
Summary: “Bath time!” says the mama. “No, no!” says the boy. “Yes, yes!” says the mama. This scenario is repeated throughout the book in different countries, and with the no’s and yesses in different languages. 157 more words
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The purpose of the Curriculum Correlations Guide is to outline how a specific curriculum aligns with BC’s standards, showing you which sections of the material to complete.
Who Wants to Be a Princess? What It Was Really Like to Be a Medieval Princess by Bridget Heos, illustrated by Migy
Published by Henry Holt and Co.
Summary: For those dreaming about Disney life, this book provides a bit of a wake-up call as to what life for a princess was really like. 194 more words
What are the differences between murals, street art, and graffiti? And do those differences matter? While walking Mexico City (and we have definitely walked it–the Fitbit tells us we’ve walked 48 miles in the last five days), we’ve seen all kinds of work, from tagging to fully painted blocks of buildings. 1,653 more words