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Many Ways: How Families Practice Their Beliefs and Religions
Through vivid, full-color photographs and easily understood sentences, see how children from around the world practice their religious beliefs. Looking at the rich diversity as well as the underlying similarities of a variety of spiritual traditions, young readers understand that, although the worlds religions have many differences, their primary goals are the same
Paperback, 31 pages
Published August 1st 2010 by Millbrook Press
(first published August 13th 2004)
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May 05, 2010 Annette rated it liked it · review of another edition
"Many Ways: How families practice their beliefs and religions", a Notable Children's Trade Book in 2007, is intended for a preschool and early primary audience as indicated by the sparse, simple text, although the vibrant photographs could be enjoyed by anyone of any age. The variation in size, number and placement of the photographs holds the reader's attention. The stated purpose of the book is "to help young children become aware of the diversity in spiritual traditions and of similarities be ...more
Oct 16, 2012 Michelle rated it really liked it · review of another edition
This non-fiction book shows how families practice their beliefs and religions through photographs and descriptions or those practices. The main idea is even though we believe different things, we should all love one another. I would use this book in a literacy lesson to show how illustrations match the text. Students will like this text because of the real photographs of children and families like them. On each page of the book, there are pictures from different cultural backgrounds that go with ...more
Many Ways is a multicultural book that shows differences and similarities of people around the world that have different beliefs and religions. This book is age appropriate for children four to seven. It is appropriate for our topic because it describes the many ways families celebrate their religions around the world. Informational