Where Children Sleep is a project by photographer James Mollison that shows children from around the world and where they sleep at night. See some of the images here.
While I’m not particularly fond of the stark white “studio” shots of the kids themselves, I like what Mollison did with showing how people live through this collection of images. Nice idea!
A similar book that I’m reminded of by Where Children Sleep is Material World: A Global Family Portrait by Menzel, et. al.