Telegraph has a nice slideshow of images from James Mollison’s book Where Children Sleep that gives us a glimpse of childhood in places around the entire world. Each room is joined with a slightly contrived portrait of the child and it’s remarkable how the setting changes so drastically from place to place. Of course, I never expected it to be the same everywhere in the world, but I never would have thought that the differences would be so telling of the cultural and economical impact of the places they are in.