A Ride on Mothers Back



A Ride on Mothers Back Through a steamy rain forest in Brazil, along a river in Papua New Guinea, across a frozen inlet in the arctic, this book takes young children on a far reaching journey to discover how babies worldwide are carried and what they see from their unique vantage points This is an exquisite book, for the detailed, folk art style gouache illustrations, its overall design, and the wealth of information it includes Kirkus Reviews Free Read A Ride on Mothers Back [ by ] Emery Bernhard [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • A Ride on Mothers Back
  • Emery Bernhard
  • English
  • 07 November 2018
  • 0152008705

10 thoughts on “A Ride on Mothers Back

  1. Miriam Garcia says:

    Book with beautiful illustrations It shows how babies around the world are carried by thier mothers Children will learn about new cultures and will be impressed by the forms moms carry their babies around.

  2. Heather says:

    Beautiful pictures We liked learning about how other cultures keep their children close.

  3. Heidi says:

    This is an EXCELLENT cross cultural book on baby wearing and family life around the world Also includes positive nursing images.

  4. Lisa says:

    my boys were carried for a long time and loved looking at these pictures of kids just like them such a lovely book

  5. Diane says:

    From Guatemala to Bali, from the heat of the Sahara to the Andes Mountains, this book discovers how mothers, sisters, grandfathers and fathers carry their children with them as they do their daily work.Includes a description of each of the cultures discussed in the back of the book.

  6. Eloisa Garcia says:

    Beautiful big pictures with lots of things to see in them,important than the text for a baby, my son loves asking for the lives of the babies in this book

  7. Kat says:

    This is a lovely book, visually, but with a disturbing way of approaching people who are not of Europeanheritage Our staff discussed this book and saw that all the mothers in the book are of color, are laborers and the one white person is not even wearing her baby and is certainly not working The person wearing the baby, in fact, is a father in a photograph which struck me as both very exclusive of women of color, and elitist in its portrayal of women of color and of North American women.The This is a lovely book, visually, but with a disturbing way of approaching people who are not of Europeanheritage Our staff discussed this book and saw that all the mothers in the book are of color, are laborers and the one white person is not even wearing her baby and is certainly not working The person wearing the baby, in fact, is a father in a photograph which struck me as both very exclusive of women of color, and elitist in its portrayal of women of color and of North American women.The author takes a very typical and unfortunately oft repeated look at these others by using the tourist approach Let s go visit these people in far off lands who don t live as we do Ok, now we know them.Then let s go home to our safe place where we don t see them any, and where white women do...

  8. Sarah says:

    I am reading a list of picture books this summer, looking for ones to include in my junior high classroom library What I am looking for in the text, with teen readers in mind, is some dialogue, sentence variety, topic specific vocabulary, and an idea or issue that will prompt teen readers to do deeper inquiry into that idea I d like the idea to promo...

  9. Turrean says:

    Splendid pictures to celebrate a common experience of young children all over the world I had to cut short reading the text sometimes with younger students, though they loved discussing what they saw in the pictures.

  10. Alicia says:

    I like that this book shows children all over the world being held close to their mother or other family member I also like that this book includes nursing pictures The drawings are very nice, too.

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