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All the World by Liz Garton Scanlon
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Apr 06, 10

Summary: This story is a wonderful, heartwarming story of the world and how the people interact with it. From the beach to a garden to a rural area to a city, people are always interacting with the world in so many ways. Through the rain and sunshine, there is always something beautiful in this world.

Reading Level: Ages 3-7

Genre: Picture Book

Uses: Guided Reading, Independent Reading, Read-Aloud, Shared Reading

Social Issues: Children will learn that people are all connected in some way in the world. This is a great book to explain how all people are equal despite race, gender, age, and others.

Literary Elements: This book is rhyming which creates a great interest in children. It uses lists of words that are related so that children can understand some words that are related in some way.

Text & Image: The story and the illustrations follow closely together. The words themselves create a very vivid picture in the reader's head but the illustrations create a greater sense of what the author means.

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