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by Ken Heyman,Ann Morris

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ISBN:
068806339X
Author:
Ken Heyman,Ann Morris
Category:
Arts Music & Photography
Language:
English
Publisher:
Lothrop Lee & Shepard; 1 edition (March 1, 1989)
EPUB book:
1610 kb
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1215 kb
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1529 kb
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Rating:
4.1
Votes:
126


Ann Morris worked with photographer Ken Heyman while producing an award-winning series of sound-filmstrips for young children.

Ann Morris worked with photographer Ken Heyman while producing an award-winning series of sound-filmstrips for young children. Since then the author-photographer team has created several books in a multicultural series for Lothrop, including Hats, Hats, Hats; Shoes, Shoes, Shoes; and Bread, Bread, Bread. Her interest in travel and the arts brought her to the famous Vaganova, Academy, where children of the famous Kirov ballet company are instructed. This resulted in On Their Toes (Atheneum), followed by Dancing to America (Dutton), photographed by Paul Kolnik. Since then the author-photographer team has created several books in a multicultural series for Lothrop, including "Hats, Hats, Hats; Shoes, Shoes, Shoes;" and "Bread, Bread, Bread. Her interest in travel and the arts brought her to the famous Vaganova, Academy, where children of the famous Kirov ballet company are instructed

illustrated by Ken Heyman.

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Hats, Hats, Hats book.

She and photographer Ken Heyman once traveled across the United States to document the lives often different families.

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Ann Morris's many books include Families, Bread Bread Bread, Hats Hats Hats, On the Go, and Loving. She and photographer Ken Heyman once traveled across the United States to document the lives often different families. She lives in New York City.

Authors: Morris, Ann. Hats, Hats, Hats (Around the World Series). Morris's simple text combines with Heyman's dazzling full-color photos to reveal for young readers how people dress and live the world over. Title: Hats, Hats, Hats (Around the World Series). Perfect for studying world cultures in the primary grades.

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Introduces a variety of hats, from soft and hard hats to snuggly and hooded hats. photographs by Ken Heyman. Teaching Art Career Counseling Elementary School Counseling Career Education Elementary Art Career Exploration School Counselor Winter Art Winter Ideas

All sorts of hats on people from around the world, for all sorts of purposes--work, warmth, fun, and fashion--are captured in a collection of photographs
  • SlingFire
You can tell from the pictures that this book has been around for a long time, but I like the message of it. In very simple language, it communicates that hats are worn in many cultures and for many purposes. My son had a long-time obsession with hats which is why I bought this book, but he still asks for it frequently even though that phase has passed. I am a teacher and I love the multi-cultural aspect of this book. Even though we live in the city and my son sees people from all over the world, it is different seeing pictures of different communities.
  • Kanal
great intro to hat wear around the world for little ones. The photos are wonderful; bright and big! Have an assortment of hats around for the kiddoes to try on or make some hats out of construction paper, newspaper or whatever you have on hand! Be inspired by this book!
  • Uscavel
From 1993, this book is a little dated. The world does change a bit in 20 years. Still, the photography is beautiful and it is a great way to start conversations about how there are different places in the world and the people who live there do not have the same lifestyle as the one we live.
  • Yellow Judge
As a preschool teacher, I used this book in my 'All About Me' unit since we have several cultural groups represented in our group. We use this book again as we talk about winter and winter clothes. This a great book for a unit on cultures in addition to Ann Morris, "Families" and "Homes". We have our Children's Atlas at hand so we can quickly locate representative countries. Ann Morris books are a must for cultural awareness! highly recommend!
  • Pumpit
well done
  • Netlandinhabitant
Great book, love the culture and life shown on this book. Great for kids.
  • Vudomuro
The pictures are great for illustrating the variety of hats. Of course this book just scratches the surface but it gave my students and idea of how interesting and different hats can be.
We all enjoy these books. My daughter is not yet two but she loves Ann Morris' entire series of books and likes to identify things in each photograph. The photos are obviously dated but I don't believe that lessens the impact of what the author and photographer are trying to do.

As she grows, we'll continue to read these books, moving on from identifying simple items to talking about cultures, traditions, environments, geography, socio-economics, and etc. In the final pages of each Ann Morris book there are maps and descriptions of locations/subjectss for each page that allow readers to discuss where places are in relation to one another and what is really happening in photos versus what a young child (or adult!) might imagine is happening.

I recommend these books for curious children starting at age 18 months and all the way up into the school years.