Burnett, Bernice. The First Book Of Holidays. New York: Franklin Watts, 1974.
The author describes the origins and ceremonies of ethnic Holidays and festivals of other nations.
Dee Pree, Mildred. A Child’s World of Stamps. New York: Parent Magazine Press, 1973.
A collection of 150 postage stamps that relate to children of the world, children may discover that the pleasures of childhood are similar in the world over.
Evans, Eva. People are Important. New York: Golden Press, 1951.
Teacher may choose selected passages to read to students. It describes similarities and differences of children in various cultures.
Horner, Deborah. Masks of the World. New York: Charles Scribners Sons, 1977.
Masks from nine cultures. These masks are modeled from actual masks in the collection of the national museum of natural history.
It could Be a Wonderful World. MC 329, Record.
Beautiful narrations of stories from many cultures.
Maz, Julian. Why People are Different Colors. New York: Holiday House, 1971.
The author explains what causes biological differences of varied races.
Simon, Norma. Why am I Different? SG 547.
Stresses how differences enhance our experience.
Moncure, Jane. One Little World. Elgin, Illinois: The Child’s World., 1975.
A picture book in verse that reveals that despite outward differences people everywhere are essentially the same. Easy text that a primary student can read by himself.
Simon, Norma. All Kinds of Families. Chicago: Albert Whitman and Company, 1976.
A picture book that acknowledges that families do not always exist in the traditional manner. The book stresses the supportive function of the family even though it may have a different structure.
Quakenbush. Robert and Bush, Harry. The Holiday Song Book. New York: Lothrop, Lee, and Shepard Company, 1977.
Lisnoski, Gabriel. How Tevye Became a Milkman. MC 429, Book.
Tale of a Jewish milkman who loves mankind.