This series introduces young readers to the diverse cultures and peoples of different countries around the world.
Discusses the ways in which people all over the world move from place to place, including walking, riding on animals, and traveling on wheels and water.
“A simple rhyming text threads together the many colorful photos” (“Booklist”) in this fun and “interesting way to take an armchair tour” (“School Library Journal”) around the world.
Photographs and simple text introduce different devices used by people around the world to make their lives and work easier. Reprint.
As the Rio Afuá ferry wends its way along the Amazon, Sean Taylor takes in not only the sights and sounds of this extraordinary landscape but also the stories of the people he meets. From sly jaguars and the slowest of sloths to spine-tingling giant serpents and white-suited strangers, his retellings teem with legendary beings, vivid color, earthy comedy, and the mysteries of the rainforest. Together, with Fernando Vilela’s dramatic, color-saturated illustrations, they reveal the Amazon peoples’ beliefs and way of life. Notes and a glossary provide additional information about the region.
This book introduces the people and the way they live, culture, weather, landscapes, towns and cities of Japan.
On a daily adventure around the world. We will travel continent to continent exploring countries and learning about the people that make each country so interesting.
Presents comprehensive information on the geography, history, wildlife, peoples, and environmental issues of the Amazon Rain Forest.
This book provides comprehensive information on the geography, history, governmental structure, economy, cultural diversity, peoples, religion, and culture of Sweden.