We all learn
Heinemann Library, 2009
What People Are Saying
From Our Follett Early Learning Experts
Simple text and photographs depict the different places and ways in which various individuals learn, such as by doing an activity, watching, and writing, or in a park, classroom, alone, or in groups.
From the Publisher
Books in this series introduce children to the notion that all people are different and all people are special. The simple text explains common activities while the clear images can stimulate thought and discussion about mental and physical differences. In We All Learn, readers explore the different ways and places that people learn.
Horn Book (Fall 2009)
These books explain that there are many different ways people live and learn. The texts, though repetitive and bland, are effective in their use of simple vocabulary and sentence structures. Clear photographs showing both able-bodied and disabled people engaged in the title activities remind readers to respect the special qualities of everyone. Glos., ind. [Review covers these Disabilities and Differences titles: We All Communicate, We All Learn, We All Move, We All Play, and We All Read.]
Library Media Connection (November/December 2009)
In this series, the author starts each book with a diverse picture of people from dissimilar races, genders, ages, and physical disparities. As each book progresses, the reader learns how the people are unalike in the way they learn, read, move, play, and communicate. Examples are given of daily life events and situations that show various disabilities and cross-age interaction. Cultural differences are also seen in this easy-to-read series. Teachers will appreciate the comprehensive photographs of differences and disabilities of people around the world and the inclusion of "Words to Know" at the end of each volume. Recommended. Shiela Martina Keaise, Children's Librarian, Walterboro, South Carolina [Editor's Note: Also available in paperback.]
- Publisher: Heinemann Library
- Pub. Date: January 1, 2009
Format: Paperback 24 p. : col. ill. ; 18 x 22 cm.
- Age Range: PreK - Grade 1 (4-6 yrs.)
- Reading Level: 1.3 (What’s this?)
- ISBN-10: 1-43292-159-2
- ISBN-13: 978-1-43292-159-0
- Follett Number: 23704Z5
- Language: English
- Guided Reading Level: D
- Lexile: 80L (What’s this?)