If you've used great visual resources like the images from Peter Menzel's books, Material World and Hungry Planet, to help your students explore issues of culture, poverty, disparity, materialism, social justice, human rights and other global issues, add James Mollison's book, Where Children Sleep, to your toolbox.
Mollison's book captures images of children from around the world and their "bedrooms," along with a brief caption that tells a bit about the child's life. The book offers powerful images and a great context for exploring important global issues.
You can see sample images from the book in this Telegraph photo gallery.
(h/t to Dave and Larry.)
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