Imagining the Future - Set of 6

Imagining the Future - Set of 6
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    Author: Linda Bozzo
    Format: Library Binding
    Publisher: Bailey Books
    Series: Imagining the Future
    Ages: 5 to 10
    Size: 7¾ X 9½
    Total Pages: 24
    For Grades: K to 4
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    Inside- Getting Around in the Past, Present, and Future

    How do you think people will stay in touch with each other in the year 2050? How will schools work in the future? What will vehicles look like in the future? Find out the answers to these questions and more as you read this fascinating series.

    Each book includes:

    • Full-color Photographs
    • Glossary
    • Index

    Titles include:


    At Play in the Past, Present, and Future

    One hundred years ago, children liked to play with balls and dolls; they enjoyed board games and skating. The toys and equipment have changed, but kids still enjoy those kinds of play. It's fun to imagine what toys and games might be like in the future!


    Community Helpers of the Past, Present, and Future

    Everyone knows that today's fire trucks have flashing lights and blaring sirens. In the early 1900s, horses pulled fire trucks. And in the future, firefighters might be robots! This book showcases community helpers–doctors, police officers, librarians, and more–contrasting the helpers of long ago with those of today showing change over time.


    Getting Around in the Past, Present, and Future

    Transportation has changed enormously in the last hundred years. Where people once rode in buggies, they might now drive cars, take buses, or even ride scooters. In the future, the changes might be even more exciting.


    Houses of the Past, Present, and Future

    One hundred years ago people's houses looked very different from the way they do today. And we don't know how things will look in the future, but it's fun to imagine!


    Schools of the Past, Present, and Future

    One hundred years ago, some kids traveled to school on horseback. One hundred years from today, they may get there in buses that fly!.


    Staying in Touch in the Past, Present, and Future

    Our ways of communicating have changed a lot over the last century. Early televisions and telephones look strange to us now. In another fifty years, who knows how we might stay in touch?