Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Niel and I visited the library recently. I wandered over the children's section because I had remembered my favorite part of the library when I used to go as a little girl was the world culture portion (which is in the children's section). I wanted to know if the series of books or at least that type of genre still existed. It does. I don't know why I thought it wouldn't. I remember taking out piles of books on the series because I wanted to know what kids were like in other countries. What they ate, customs they had and so on. Recently I found a book about Armenia. Something I couldn't find previously. So for anyone with kids I recommend the series of world culture books. They're pretty neat.



7 comments:

mandee said...

I will have to see our library has this book Ani. Amber loves learning about other cultures.

foodiechickie said...

There should be a little section of books in the children's portion of the library. They have books on practically all the different cultures. Good luck!

Jessica said...

I am really lucky that I work in the children's area of a library! That is how I do most of my "traveling". I daydream by reading the country books :) They are in the 900 section :)

Hannah said...

I can't wait to teach Olivia about other countries! Thanks for the head's up, Ani! :-)

foodiechickie said...

Lucky!!

Jesser said...

Wow. I used to read those. Hehe... nice of you to remind me of them.

foodiechickie said...

Glad it was a nice memory!