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by M. Harvey

  • ISBN: 0613595084
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: M. Harvey
  • Subcategory: Geography & Cultures
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Topeka Bindery (March 2003)
  • FB2 size: 1600 kb
  • EPUB size: 1185 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 585
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Look What Came From France. My four year old has really enjoyed this book. It gives a smattering of information about the geography and culture of Ireland that is just right for an introduction to the Emerald Isle.

Look What Came From France. Look What Came From Switzerland (Look What Came from Series). Look What Came from India. The photos are big and eye catching and I love the rather primative illustrated map of Ireland. My daughter now knows where Dublin and Belfast are located as well as the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish Sea.

31 pages : 22 x 27 cm. Describes the many things that originally came from Ireland, such as holidays, food, sports, musical instruments, and fashion. Includes a recipe for Irish soda bread. Includes bibliographical references (page 29) and index. Emerald isle - Holidays - Food - Musical instruments - Fashion - Animals - Sports - Words - Recipe from Ireland - How so you say? -. - Find out more - Glossary - Index.

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Start by marking Look What Came from Ireland as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. They all came from the Emerald Isle Each book in this elementary-level multicultural series explores, in a very simple fashion, the foods, words, inventions, toys, games and sports, religions, music, and crafts that a specific country has contributed to the world. Discover the origins of Halloween and St. Patrick's Day, step dancing, the Celtic harp, and the word trousers. They all came from the Emerald Isle - and so did the jack-o'-lantern!.

Each book in this elementary-level multicultural series explores, in a very simple fashion, the foods, words, inventions, toys, games and sports, religions, music, and crafts that a specific country has contributed to the world. They all came from the Emerald Isle - and so did the jack-o'-lantern.

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Look what came from Ireland Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Look what came from Ireland from your list? Look what came from Ireland. Includes bibliographical references (p. 29) and index. Look what came from series. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.

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Describes many familiar things that originally came from India, including inventions, food, religions, animals, musical instruments, medicine, games, words, and fashion. Related Units and Lessons. Fact and Opinion 2nd Grade Unit.

Look What Came from Russia Format: Paperback Authors: Miles Harvey ISBN10: 0531159671 Published: 1999-09-01 Each book in this elementary-level multicultural series explores, in a very simple fashion, the foods, words, inventions, toys, games and sports, religions, music, and crafts that a specific country has contributed to the world.

Author: Miles Harvey ISBN 10: 053111497X. Used-Very Good: The book will be clean without any major stains or markings, the spine will be in excellent shape with only minor creasing, no pages will be missing and the cover is likely to be very clean. Read full description. See details and exclusions.

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Reviews about Look What Came from Ireland (3):
Ndyardin
My four year old has really enjoyed this book. It gives a smattering of information about the geography and culture of Ireland that is just right for an introduction to the Emerald Isle.

The photos are big and eye catching and I love the rather primative illustrated map of Ireland. My daughter now knows where Dublin and Belfast are located as well as the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish Sea.

She has memorized the green, white, and orange colors of the country's flag. She has become a bit familiar with the food, musical instruments, dances, sports, fashion, and animals of Ireland along with the words "celtic" and "Gaelic". She has been especially interested in the holiday's originating there--Halloween and St. Patrick's Day. There is also an Irish soda bread recipe included that we have yet to try.

This book has helped to peak her interest in her ancestery and will hopefully motive her to read more substantial books on Ireland as she grows older.
JoJogar
Item was as described and shipped quickly. I bought it for my grandson for Christmas and his Mom said he was thrilled
Cells
This is part of a series of children's non-fiction books written by American journalist Harvey. The book is separated into categories with photographs throughout, highlighted keywords, and a few extras in the back including Gaelic language chart, a recipe for Irish soda bread, and author info. It was a little wordy for my 3 and 5 year old so I picked out a few sentences here and there of interest. Thinking of the word Jack O'Lantern, I'm surprised I did not know that it's origins were from Ireland! I also did not know the word "trousers" was Irish or that St. Patrick was not originally from Ireland!

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