6 edition of The Flag of Childhood found in the catalog.
February 1, 2002
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||99|
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Older children (ages ) are the intended audience for The Flag of Childhood, and that is apparent before reading - the book is smaller, with no collection hopes to instill a sense of empathy in the reader, an understanding of the universality of childhood, and of the power of words.4/5.
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The flag of childhood: poems from the Middle East. [Naomi Shihab Nye;] -- A collection of poetry from Middle Eastern and North African countries. The book was a little confusing because of the translations It was very educational on some things that go on in the mid-east and how people over there interpret things.
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