Annotations for You And Me Together : Moms, Dads, and Kids Around the World
Baker & Taylor
Provides detailed information about children from various cultures and celebrates the powerful bond between parents and their children throughout the world.
Baker & Taylor
Richly illustrated with stunning photographs, and providing detailed information about children from various cultures, a fascinating volume celebrates the powerful bond between parents and their children throughout the world.
Random House, Inc.
Award-winning author Barbara Kerley has written a charming, heartwarming book about parent and child togetherness worldwide. You and Me Together is ideal for reading aloud with children to explain and reinforce the bond between moms, dads, and kids everywhere. The pages are illustrated with gorgeous imagery from National Geographic's stunning archive, capturing the universal bond between children and parents across the cultures of our diverse world. The text takes a themed look at cultures around the world. A map shows the location of each photograph and helps the reader connect to each place. Everywhere these wonderful images take us, children and parents are seen sharing the simple activities and joys that add together to forge the universal family of mankind.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
Simon and Schuster
You and Me Together: Parents and Children Around the World follows in the sumptuous, photographic picture book format of A Cool Drink of Water. Instead of water, this book looks at parent-child relationships as a global cultural theme. Simple, joyful language with pictures on each page take the reader on a poetic romp through the lives of children and their parents around the world. See parents and children from Alabama to Zimbabwe: "Making a meal / a mess/ a life together, me and you / Catching a fish / a bus / a ball / Dancing a turn or two / Seeing a storm / a bird / the world together, me and you." Stunning photographs lend texture and sophistication to the evocative text and beautifully complement its essential simplicity and sweetness. An elegant design gives the book an upscale and arty look, while keeping it accessible. This is an ideal book to be tenderly shared with a child or to enhance an introductory social studies lesson. Detailed photo captions in the end notes help readers understand the rich story behind each image and provide information about children from a variety of cultures and countries around the world. A map shows the location of each photograph, helping the reader make geographic connections to the pictures. A final note on the status of the world's children provides added social value for readers who are interested in learning more, including ways to help disadvantaged children.