Look Where We Live!

A First Book of Community Building

In this engaging nonfiction picture book, five young friends spend the day participating in activities designed to raise money for their local library. Along the way, they learn what it means to be a part of a community. A map opens the story with each of the places the children will be visiting. Parents and teachers will appreciate that the author stresses the roles of all community members. For ages 4-6.

 

32 pages. ©2015.
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Reader Reviews for this Book

Alyssa Thompson

Review posted September 17, 2020

5

We loved this book! The diversity is exactly what I was looking for when adding books to our collection.

tahutton

Review posted September 16, 2020

5

I absolutely love this book and how it explains to students the places around town in a way that they will understand.

bngbrookie

Review posted September 2, 2020

5

Excellent youth-friendly introduction to community building! My 6 year old loved it and we hope it will be read for years to come!

stokesfolks

Review posted August 31, 2020

5

I loved reading about this fun community. It made me nostalgic for the times before Covid-19. The art is very cute and colorful. So much fun!

apotter

Review posted August 24, 2020

5

My 3 year old LOVES this book! It’s such a great introduction to what a community is and what makes a community strong. He loves the adventure of the story:’following the kids and animals through their day raising money for the library. Such a special book.

annsbananz

Review posted August 6, 2020

5

My kids love identifying the characters throughout the story and answering questions asked throughout the book about the who, what, and where of their own community. The page about the community garden is their favorite!

EMeyers

Review posted July 27, 2020

4

Great book with lots of detailed pictures. My nearly 2 yr. old daughter likes it. It's a longer book, but she likes seeing the overall community map and all the things our community has too. Fun!

AmberYelliott

Review posted July 16, 2020

4

This book is a wonderful addition to my pre-k book selection. Teaching kids about engagement and community partnerships. I loved the activity at the end of the book, beautiful touch at the end.

AndreaBaugh23

Review posted July 5, 2020

4

This book is a cute book with great illustrations that was used in my class during our community helpers unit. It doesn't flow like a story more like a nonfiction book but that was what I needed it for so it was great. It kept the students engaged.

holtman

Review posted June 15, 2020

5

Neat little book. It does a good job teaching about community and ways to be involved in a community. Enjoyed the diversity of the characters and inclusion in the community for all.

Kowen84

Review posted June 14, 2020

3

This book is great because it shares the community that our children grow and see. I'm interested in the rest of the series.

Danielle

Review posted June 13, 2020

5

A great book to promote local community and launch into conversations about who, where, what, when and how your neighbors create a community in your area.

jennabee

Review posted June 12, 2020

5

Such a fun look at a community. My kids had fun looking for the kids on each page. I like how it covered important community landmarks and explained the important role they play in our lives.

kwalker

Review posted May 21, 2020

5

Our daughter loves this book.

eggltiff

Review posted May 7, 2020

5

This is a cute book. My 5 year old loved looking at the pictures and listening to the story. We talked about events that we have done in our community to help relate it better. It has a list of vocabulary at the back with definitions.

brittneyprofessional

Review posted April 21, 2020

5

Look Where We Live! Was a great way to encourage ideas about the community with my pre-k learner. He loved the visuals and was making connections between jobs and people of the community that contribute to our safety and our basic needs. He was able to accurately identify and explain what most of the art was representing such as the community gardens/gardeners and the police officers. He loved learning about the facts within the book and talking about what the towns people where doing to contribute to society within the context of the book pages.

Firechild94

Review posted April 4, 2020

4

This book was a great introduction to a community for my kids. It was very informative and helpful.

Jan Diamantine

Review posted March 18, 2020

5

Wonderful. Great colors and story.