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Everybody Has Feelings/Todos tenemos sentimientos: The Moods of Children as Photographed by Charles E. Avery
     

Everybody Has Feelings/Todos tenemos sentimientos: The Moods of Children as Photographed by Charles E. Avery

by Charles Avery
 

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Engaging black and white photographs of children explore their emotions as they encounter one another on play grounds, city streets, and in the country. English and Spanish.

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Engaging black and white photographs of children explore their emotions as they encounter one another on play grounds, city streets, and in the country. English and Spanish.

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"... is a simple concept that children's will love. ...The photos are of children splashing in water, making a snow angel, at the playground, etc. This reminds me of my young 'Sesame Street' viewing days. I loved the footage of kids who lived in a different setting than what I saw daily. (Our chances for snow angels are pretty rare.) Text on most pages is just a word, such as 'Excited' and the same word in Spanish." - Port Arthur News
Children's Literature - Meredith Kiger
Forty-one black and white photographs of children in many settings and moods are accompanied by words/phrases in Spanish and English that describe those moods. The multicultural array of faces are fascinating to observe, and can be used to reassure children that, no matter the color of their skin, they are all part of the human race and to extend their understanding of the differences and sameness of people.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780876591970
Publisher:
Gryphon House Inc.
Publication date:
07/01/1998
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
50
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.20(d)
Age Range:
2 - 6 Years

Meet the Author

Charles Avery was born in Atlanta, Georgia. He grew up in Harlem and attended New York public schools, then studied at the School of Visual Arts. He served for two years in the armed forces. Mr. Avery is the author of Black Traces, a collection of photographs and poems which express the dignity and strength of Black Americans. He lives in North Plainfield, New Jersey. He works as a freelance photographer and as a senior assistant librarian.

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