If You Were Me and Lived in Scotland: A Child's Introduction to Cultures Around the World by Carol P. Roman is a novel for children of elementary school with the story of an extraordinary place, that tells the story with many illustrations of the Scots.
The reader is introduced to some of the most popular foods, the main attractions in Scotland and what children do for fun with a pronunciation guide for the most difficult words is included on the last page telling the life in an extraordinary way in which you can have a contact with anything that is outside of us through stories in a fascinating book, which encourages us to look at things from different perspectives.
As the world's people are growing more interdependent, it is to the advantage of all that young school children know the people of other countries. This knowledge of cultural background provides an additional point of mutual understanding and improves the level of discourse.
The book is a good starting point for the education of a child with regard to what the lives of children in other countries are like. As the Chinese say, The longest journey begins with a single step, but and this is the first step in what should be a life to know people from other countries.
It is a sound addition to the libraries of elementary schools with this book is aimed at children, and contains the many experiences that influence their growth where great attention is paid to the structure of everyday life understood not as a simple succession of places and activities in which children spend their day, but considered as a social reality in which articulates the relationship between nature and culture.
The book, enriched with images and photos, manages to lead the reader in this fantastic reality and travel with the imagination as also provides a lot of information and features that help you learn more about the country.
Format: Paperback ♥ Pages: 32 ♥ Publisher: CreateSpace ♥ Published: January 2015 ♥ Language: English ♥ ISBN-13: 978-1500531331