One Moment in Time

Children around the world

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Pub Date 21 Sep 2021 | Archive Date 2 Nov 2021

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Description

It’s 7 o’clock in the morning in Mexico, and Javier is eating his breakfast. He’s having corn tortillas with beans and a glass of orange juice.

And at exactly the same time…
…it’s 8 o’clock in the morning in New York City. Kayla is getting her schoolbag ready. A yellow school bus will take her to the school gates.
One Moment in Time is a lyrical celebration of diversity with a heartfelt message of unity. Featuring eleven different children, this book takes readers on a colourful, eye-opening journey around the globe in a single day, showing what children in different countries are each doing at the same point in time.
From travel writer Ben Lerwill, and with beautiful illustrations from Alette Straathof this non-fiction picture book introduces children to different cultures around the world.

It’s 7 o’clock in the morning in Mexico, and Javier is eating his breakfast. He’s having corn tortillas with beans and a glass of orange juice.

And at exactly the same time…
…it’s 8 o’clock in the...

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ISBN 9780711263512
PRICE £12.99 (GBP)

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I really like this book, its a really lovely way of explaining about time in different parts of the world. And how different children live and their schools and homes are compared to children in the UK or wherever they are reading. Its really, really lovely and children and parents will love this in libraries across the world. Many thanks to netgalley, publishers and the author for this really lovely and free ARC in return for this review.

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STUNNING. I absolutely loved everything about this book. Its a gorgeous illustrated book, but its also engaging and diverse and I think this should be the top of every childs Christmas list this year!

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