The highly regarded Cultures of the World series celebrates the diversity of other cultures in this fully updated and expanded edition.
“Provides comprehensive information on the geography, history, wildlife, governmental structure, economy, cultural diversity, peoples, religion, and culture of Kazakhstan”–Provided by publisher.
Having to take her younger sister along the first time she is invited to a birthday party spoils Rubina’s fun, and later when that sister is asked to a party and baby sister wants to come, Rubina must decide whether to help.
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“Simple text and colorful photographs describe birthday traditions in different countries”–Provided by publisher.
Explores the history, language, customs, culture, social life, religion, eduction, and arts of modern China.
A ten-year-old boy accompanies his father for the first time on a caravan trip through the mountains of Afghanistan to the city below where they will trade their goods at market.
In China in the 1940s, ten-year-old Ying sells her handmade bamboo chicken fences to make money to attend a school camping trip, but no one understands why she instead uses her earnings to buy a dead hen from the grandmother of a drowned classmate.
This series introduces young readers to the diverse cultures and peoples of different countries around the world.
Festivals of the World offers a colorful introduction to the festivals and cultures of countries around the world.