9 edition of Talking walls found in the catalog.
Introduces different cultures around the world by telling the stories of walls, from the Maya murals in Bonampak, Mexico, to dikes in the Netherlands.
Sequel to: Talking walls. 1992.
|Statement||Margy Burns Knight ; illustrated by Anne Sibley O"Brien.|
|Contributions||O"Brien, Anne Sibley, ill.|
|LC Classifications||TH2201 .K6419 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1. v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||96015123|
Talking walls. Gardiner, ME: Tilbury House Publishers, (OCoLC) Material Type: Juvenile audience: Document Type: Book: All Authors / . Get this from a library! Talking walls. [Margy Burns Knight; Anne Sibley O'Brien] -- An illustrated description of walls around the world and their significance, from the Great Wall of China to the Berlin Wall.
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The theme of heritage is especially important in this section, as Lena explores the dual nature of her identity. The product of an English-Irish father and a Chinese mother, she is a combination of two cultures. Although her pale coloring makes her seem Caucasian, her eyes are unmistakably Chinese. Her nature, like her appearance, straddles two. This looks like a lovely and informative book for children. I'v not seen it before. I love your talking wall, so I thought that this is what the book is about. But, I see in the resources there is a book on talking walls. This book would encourage many discussions about the kinds of walls there are around the world -- ancient to current.
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Margy Burns Knight tells 14 of these fascinating stories in Talking Walls. Beginning with The Great Wall of China, Margy Burns Knight takes us all over the Talking walls book and gives us insight into many different cultures.
Each wall is featured in a two-page spread with beautiful illustrations by Anne Sibley O'Brien/5(8). ANNE SIBLEY O’BRIEN has illustrated 31 books, including Talking Walls, and is the author and illustrator of the picture book I’m New Here and the graphic novel The Legend of Hong Kil by: 4.
Talking Walls: Discover Your World introduces young readers to different cultures and different issues around the world by telling the stories of walls and how they 5/5(6). Talking Walls is a historical picture book that tells the stories of walls from around the world.
It includes descriptions and history about well known walls such as the Great Wall of China and the Berlin Wall, and also lesser known walls like Aborigine cave walls in Australia and walls of Great Zimbabwe.4/5.
Talking Walls is a great resource for teachers who want examples of what can be done inside the classroom to hook students into learning and support achievement gains. The entire book is built upon actual student work and teacher-made products representing the interactions and processes that were generated from state adopted curricula.5/5(2).
Using the Talking Walls Software Series, students discover the stories behind some of the world's most fascinating walls—such as the Berlin Wall and Nelson Mandela's prison walls.
In author Margy Burns Knight wrote a book, Talking Walls, about different famous walls and what they tell us, after hearing poet Doug Rawlings read his poem “The Wall” about the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall.
A companion volume, Talking Walls: The Stories Continue, with additional stories, followed in /5. Talking Walls.
Talking Walls introduces young readers to different cultures by exploring the stories of walls around the world, from the Berlin Wall to the Great Wall of China, and how they can separate or hold communities together. How mind-blowing, then, to stumble upon a book such as Matt Bua's Talking Walls: Casting Out the Post-Contact Stone-Wall-Building Myth, recently published by Publication Studio Hudson in Catskill, NY.
While the myth of pioneers building this colossal earthworks has a veneer of warm, fuzzy wholesomeness at first blush, Bua's closer examination of the revelant facts makes this no more likely to Author: Stephen Hren. The Walls Are Talking is 17 stories that take you behind locked doors and reveal the awful truth that abortion supporters don’t want you to know.
Every story is anonymous and carefully written in one voice. You will feel yourself slipping in the shoes of the narrator and living out every detail. In this follow-up to their initial Talking Walls collection, author Margy Burns Knight and illustrator Anne Sibley O'Brien once again delve into the wealth of walls to be found, the world over, and their diverse meanings for the people who built them/5.
The Talking Walls book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This is Book 3 in The Spirits of Maine Series.
Off the coast of Ma /5. Talking walls is a great book that familiarizes readers with different cultures. It begins with the Great Wall of China and a little history about China. /5(20). by Katacha Diaz Genre: Photo Essay Comprehension Skill - Graphic Sources Comprehension Strategy - Important Ideas Vocabulary: encourages - increases confidence expression - act of putting into words or visual medium local - of a certain place native - belonging to you because of your birth settled - made a home in a new place social - about people as a.
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68 pages. To research the Talking Walls Teacher's Guide, Margy Burns Knight took her book, Talking Walls, to over different classrooms: Pre-school through high school, homogeneous and multi-ethnic, structured and experimental/5(6).
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