Sunday, March 22, 2015

Review for If You Were Me And Lived In Scotland by Carole P Roman

If You Were Me And Lived In Scotland by Carole P. Roman
A Child's Introduction To Cultures Around The World


Carole P. Roman is taking students to Northern Europe again and this time it’s to visit Scotland. You’ll learn about the fascinating architecture that was inspired by ancient Greece and Rome. Whether your name is Ian, Connor, or Malcolm, you’ll follow along and visit Loch Ness and hope to get a sighting of its famous occupant, Nessie. Perhaps you’ll try haggis or tatie scones and finish your meal with a clootie. This series has created a whole generation of armchair travelers that are thrilled to learn about cultures and customs from around the globe. 


In this book readers will learn lots of things about Scotland and a little bit about what it would be like if you were to live there. The clothes you would wear and some of the food you would eat. What you would call your parents and some of the traditions and activities that are there. Children and adults will be able to get an idea of the country, where it is located, and some of the myths. The author keeps the information simple for young readers. It is enough to give them an idea about Scotland's' culture and customs. It is not a story, but more of a 32 page nonfictional read for young children.

If You Were Me And Lived In Scotland

Product Details

  • Paperback: 32 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 2, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1500531332
  • ISBN-13: 978-1500531331

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