This engaging, age-appropriate set is designed to meet the early childhood social studies curriculum, where students learn about themselves and their community and what makes their community similar to and different from communities across the United States. By taking a kid-friendly Who's Who approach to different kinds of communities, these books teach students about the people who work to make each community a success. Some communities are big and some are small. Some have farms and some are busy urban spaces. Why do these different types of communities develop? From mountain, desert, and island spaces to urban, suburban, and rural places, kids will learn about the things that shape the many different types of communities that exist in the world today.