Everyone loves dressing up, and here are some of the ways children dress up around the worldChildren fromeight countries are shown in traditional costumessome still worn today and others worn only for festivals or holidays. Young readers can lift the 31 flaps to read about the clothes. Big gatefolds introduce the children and include instructions for how to tie a kanga, make a lei, and more. For added fun, children canpress out the cardboard Mexican and West African dolls and dress them."
Rachel Fulleris a children's illustrator whose titles include "My New Baby" and "Waiting for Baby.""