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14 Books About Culture
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A beautiful love letter declaring a positive and fruitful future for our children. It features a little boy with locs and the moving moments in his multicultural family's life. Favorite line, "You will do big things that just might change the world. And you will do small things that may help one boy or girl...I know you will do great things, because greatness is in you."
Peyton's family always hosts Thanksgiving. And this year Peyton sets a goal to try a new food -- pie. As family members arrive from all over the world, Peyton is greeted with foods from England, Greece, France, New York, Mississippi, and more. An adorable story full of alliteration (words that start with the same letter) and culture.
A beautiful illustration of what it means to be American. It starts with a little girl in the back of her family's car reflecting on American symbols like apple pie, fire works, and fast food. Then delving into American values such as freedom, working hard and following your dreams. You'll see different ages, cultures, and professions working together to make a great nation. Available for FREE on ComCat (Massachusetts Library Catalog).
We love compiling lists of books that share similar themes. So we created a digital bookshelf, where you can find unique lists like Characters with Fros and Moms with their Sons. If you have a theme you think we should cover, please let us know here -- and we'll try our best!
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