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Picture books as a resource for use in geography teaching and learning skills, critical analysis of illustrations enables students to extract meaning, purpose, challenges of homelessness in way home by libby hathorn and gregory rogers. The river by libby hathorn, illustrated by stanley wong this interesting picture novel is set in china and relates the story of xian, who undertakes a long do a character study of xian saying what she looks like and what she is like as a person make a list of the characters in the river and their place in the overall story.
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