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Where Children Sleep by James Mollison
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Nov 13, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: childrens-non-fiction

this was a fascinating look at children from around the world. i shared a few images from the book with my 5-year-old, but the rest were far too mature or unrelatable for him (it's appropraitely categorized for older readers). it was a poignant reminder of the conditions so many children live in. it seems this book focused more on extremes - particularly in terms of the children from the U.S. that were represented - but was overall exceptionally well-done.

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