Our favorite is People book. This illustrated book is wonderful in terms of giving a global view of cultures and races. Just in one page you can see the games people play or main types of clothes,etc.
A composite of global cultures, Walk this World celebrates the everyday similarities and differences that exist between cultures around the world.
Discover Benedict drinking hot chocolate in Paris, France; Mitko chasing the school bus in Sofia, Bulgaria; and Khanh having a little nap in Hanoi, Vietnam! While reading you go across 24 time zones, learning about the history of timekeeping and time zones, and where the above mentioned characters live.
All in one day is done by illustrators from different countries (Raymond Briggs, Ron Brooks, Eric Carle, Gian Calvi, Zhu Chengliang, Leo and Diane Dillon, Akiko Hayashi, and Nicolai Ye. Popov0v). They portray the similarities and differences in children and their activities in eight different parts of the world throughout one 24-hour day.
Search-and-find challenges+46 reusable stickers, this oversized book is a spectacular play space for future world travelers. And Mouk is the perfect tour guide! His journey takes him all around the world, and at every stop along the way his animal friends share fascinating tidbits about local customs. Young adventure-seekers will be amazed and amused by something new with every reading.
Visions of Earth is a picture book by National Geographic, it is great as you can see truly amazing shots (planet surface and curves, patters, holidays, unexpected, etc ) from all over the world with a short text.
All the Love in the World is a beautiful, positive, and inspirational little book of photographs celebrating the fact that wherever you are in the world, the love heart is there with you. 650 days, 44 countries, and six continents, to frame the world in their own unique way. Families in many cultures
In our family we like sticker books very much. This one follows fashion across the globe. You help dress the men and women in their traditional clothes from nations and cultures across the world. (the kimonos of Japan, saris of India, bubas of Nigeria and the flamenco costumes of Spain).