Kaya, 4, Tokyo
Kaya lives with her beloved parents. She has lots of toys. Her mother make’s Kaya’s dress herself, up to three a month.
James Mollison is an English photograph. He has spent three years travelling around the world to make series of photos titled “Where Children Sleep”. He was impressed with the difference between each child’s room. James has edited the incredible book with the same title where he’s telling the story of every kid.
Bilal, 6, the West Bank
The boy’s family are Bedouin Arabs. They live in a one-roomed dwelling they’ve built themselves.
Indira, 7, Katmandu, Nepal
Indira sleeps on the mattress on the floor with her prother and sister. Her house has only one room. The girl works at a local granite quarry.
Risa, 15, Kyoto, Japan
Risa lives with 13 women in a tea house training to become a geisha.
Alyssa, 8, Harlan County, Kentucky
The girl lives with her parents in Kentucky. The ceiling in their bedroom is falling apart.
Tzvika, 9, the West Bank
Tzvika lives in Beitar Illit, a gated community of 36,000 Orthodox Jews. He shares his room with one sister and two brothers.
Prena, 14, Katmandu, Nepal
Prena lives in a little cell-like room in the family where she works. she goes to school only three times a week.
Alex, 9, Rio de Janeiro
Alex doesn’t go to school, he begs in the street. Most of time he sleeps outside on an empty bench or a dirty sofa.