Exploration Into Africa (Exploration Into)

Exploration Into Africa is part of a series describing the history of chosen regions before and after their exploration by Europeans. This book is about exploring the whole story of Africa from the earliest times, through the periods of its great empires, to the time of its exploration by European travelers right up to the present day. Read about the Ghanaian Empire that was so wealthy the dogs in the king’s palace wore collars of solid gold. Read about massive walls of Great Zimbabwe, the fabulous city that was suddenly abandoned for no apparent reason. And read about the Europeans who came and explored Africa in their quest to solve the mysteries of the ‘Dark Continent’

Exploration Into India

Exploration Into India is part of a series describing the history of chosen regions before and after their exploration by Europeans. This book is about exploring the whole story of India from the earliest times, through the periods of its invasion, to the days of its exploration by merchants and explorers. Read about the adventures of Alexander the Great as he travels to the Indus River. See the fabulous wealth of the Mogul Emperor Akbar and follow in the footsteps of the European missionaries and traders who became fascinated by India.

We Live In China

Travel the world in this new series of illustrated books, and see each country through the eyes of the children that live there!Meet Meihua, a girl from Beijing; Shuilin, from a smaller province; and Sem Dui, a boy from Tibet. Learn about China’s school system, traditions, history, religion, and culture—just by spending a day with these children. With illustrations and photographs throughout, featuring some of the most important architecture and historical figures of the region, this book provides a great introduction to Chinese culture. Travel the world in this new series of illustrated books, and see each country through the eyes of the children that live there!Meet Meihua, a girl from Beijing; Shuilin, from a smaller province; and Sem Dui, a boy from Tibet. Learn about China’s school system, traditions, history, religion, and culture—just by spending a day with these children. With illustrations and photographs throughout, featuring some of the most important architecture and historical figures of the region, this book provides a great introduction to Chinese culture.