If the World Were 100 People: A Visual Guide to Our Global Village (Hardcover)
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Help your child become a global citizen with this accessible introduction to the people who live on our planet, with big ideas broken into bite-size chunks through clever graphic design. Perfect for home and classroom settings!
With almost 7.8 billion people sharing the earth, it can be a little hard to picture what the human race looks like all together. But if we could shrink the world down to just 100 people, what could we learn about the human race? What would we look like? Where and how would we all be living? This book answers all these questions and more!
Reliably sourced and deftly illustrated, If the World Were 100 People is the perfect starting point to understanding our world and becoming a global citizen. If we focus on just 100 people, it's easier to see what we have in common and what makes us unique. Then we can begin to appreciate each other and also ask what things we want to change in our world.
About the Author
Jackie McCann is a children's writer and editor from Northern Ireland who lives in London. She has written, edited, and generally concocted children's nonfiction books for many different children's publishers for the UK and international markets. She loves books with tabs, slides, holes, and pops!
Aaron Cushley is an illustrator and a doodler of dogs. From Belfast, he studied Illustration and Graphic design at the University Of Ulster Belfast School of Art & Design. Aaron's work stems from his inner child and the innocence and creativity that emerges when he takes a pencil in his hand.
"This is a terrific find for social studies teachers who want to promote inquiry and active citizenship" --School Library Journal, starred review
"Visually engaging...An informative, appealing primer on societal data." --Publishers Weekly
"A book worth reading many times over, discussing, and a call to take action, regardless of someone’s age."--Books to Borrow . . . Books to Buy