A Place to Call Home

A Place to Call Home

by Ellen Lawrence

When we think of home, we might think of living in an apartment or a house, but not everyone lives in a home like this. Some children grow up on a houseboat in a floating village. Others live in huts that are carefully crafted from branches and animal dung. And many children live in makeshift tent homes in refugee camps. In A Place to Call Home, young readers will learn about the many different types of structures and places that children and their families call home.


Ages: 4-6
ISBN: 9781910549025
Price: $17.95
Published by: Bearport Publishing Co., Inc.

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