This book describes, in text and photographs, the vanishing culture of the Samis, the reindeer herders of the land in the far north called Finmark.
This book describes the way of life of the Tuaregs, a nomadic culture that presently exists in the Sahara, the world’s largest desert.
This book describes the customs and day-to-day life of a family living in the Himalaya Mountains
Two nomadic Mongolian children listen to stories of the past from their father and yearn for their own horses, creatures essential to their way of life.
Describes, in text and photographs, the vanishing culture of the Yanomama, a primitive group that lives in the Amazon Territory of Venezuela.
On the island of Bali in Southeast Asia, rice farming is a way of life. The people live in tune with the natural rhythms and cycles of the water and the soil. Ingrained in their community and culture, rice farming connects them to the land and one another. Balinese farmers have planted rice using an […]
Every culture has its own special traditions and reasons for celebrating. At first glance these practices seem quite different from one another, but they are actually much more alike than you may realize.
This photo-essay by Jan Reynolds offers a rare glimpse into the life of the Yanomama of the Amazon Basin.The award-winning Vanishing Cultures seven-book series, now available again in beautiful, updated editions. Features photographic accounts of children from indigenous cultures around the world to explore their daily lives, relationships with their environments, and challenges in a […]