5 edition of What we wear found in the catalog.
|Statement||Diane James & Sara Lynn ; illustrated by Joe Wright.|
|Series||Play & discover|
|Contributions||Lynn, Sara., Wright, Joe, ill.|
|LC Classifications||TT507 .J36 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||94005756|
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The global clothes market in three chapters, including the production in Bangladesh, the consumption in the Netherlands and the reuse of worn clothes in Ghana. This trilogy can be seen as a visual example of how western wealth and trendy consumption cannot be seen separately from poor working conditions and global market mechanisms. UNIFORMS: Why We Are What We Wear Paul Fussell, Author. Houghton Mifflin $22 (p) ISBN Fussell, a winner of both a National Book Award and a National Book Critics Circle.
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A large print text runs throughout the book, threading together the loosely organized pictures into a narrative with phrases such as, We wear all the colors of the rainbow /and paint our faces, and wear /5(39).
What We Wear has tremendous potential to serve a variety of uses, from educational to pleasurable reading in and out of the classroom or story time session. It’s visual language speaks volumes, with stunning photographs in arresting, saturated colors, and its text takes the reader on a /5.
Children will find a multitude What we wear book interesting historical tidbits: knights wore padded undergarments; women's stockings were made from the first synthetic fabric, nylon, for the first time during World War II.
The author also mentions diapers, the recycling /5(2). What We Wear: Dressing Up Around the World by Maya Ajmera, Elise Hofer Derstine, and Cindy Pon 6 Total Resources View What we wear book Complexity Discover Like Books.
We are what we wear. Mom always told you not to judge a book by its cover or a person by their appearance but is there some legitimate truth to the way we dress and peoples perception of us. According to Forbes, there is strong truth to your clothing choices and what they say about you.
This book reinforced my thoughts and feelings on the relationship between clothing choices and confidence. If you think what you wear doesn’t matter than you definitely need to read this book. Includes a simple to follow “Do” list at the end to get out of a clothing rut/5.
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In a celebration of clothing in bright, beautiful photographs of exuberant children from around the world, What We Wear: Dressing Up Around the World inspires young readers to explore the way clothing makes them feel and how it tells the world who they are.
Backmatter encourages young readers to explore the way people dress in other countries and other cultures at folk festivals, at museums, and.
What We Wear: Dressing Up Around the World. Bright, uplifting photographs show children from different countries dressed in traditional clothing from each culture.
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People who have different jobs wear different kinds of shoes. In part of this book, children can guess the job by looking at the shoes. Clothesline Clues to Jobs People Do by Kathryn Heling Each clothesline in this book holds clues to the job that a person does.
Children. According to the renowned social critic and historian Paul Fussell, we are what we wear, and it doesn't look good. Uniforms parses the hidden meanings of our apparel -- from brass buttons to blue jeans, badges to feather flourishes -- revealing what our clothing says about class, sex, and our desire to belong.
With keen insight and considerable curmudgeonly flair, Fussell unfolds the history /5(3). About What We Wear. A celebration of clothing in bright, beautiful photographs of exuberant and diverse children from around the world, WHAT WE WEAR: DRESSING UP AROUND THE WORLD inspires young readers to explore the way clothing makes them feel and how it tells the world who they are.
'The Will To Adorn': What We Wear And What It Says About Us The fashion choices we make can say a lot about how we see ourselves, and can affect how others see us. The Smithsonian Folklife. Does God Care What We Wear. By Cary Schmidt God accepts us just as we are—for His love is unconditional and independent of our behavior or appearance.
But does this mean that He doesn't care about our clothing choices. Our culture is continually dressing down—"sleazier and sloppier" seems to be the motto of the day, ev. Buy a cheap copy of What We Wear book by Maya Ajmera. What we wear can identify who we are: what team we play for or what team we root for, where we go to school, how we worship, or how we represent our heritage.
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We Are What We Wear: Exhibition Examines Clothing That Changed The World A new exhibition at New York's MoMA explores the social history .