Kenya

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Child's World, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Students can visit six new countries this fall through vivid photography and current facts and maps. With new titles every year and no copyrights before 1998, this series is a perfect source for geography, culture, or heritage reports.

Did you know that Ireland is home to some of the tallest cliffs in Europe? Or that the national bird of Jamaica is a hummingbird? Or that there is just one paved road in all of Somalia? These and other intriguing facts can be found in our exciting series, Countries: Faces and Places. Each volume not only presents the basic geography and history of a country, but also discusses the nation's customs, traditions, and cultural diversity.

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Born and raised in New York, Ryan migrated west to Los AngelBorn and raised in New York, Ryan migrated west to Los Angeles in 1962. After attending Art Center School of Design, he es in 1962. After attending Art Center School of Design, he worked in LA and then moved to the San Francisco Bay Area. Iworked in LA and then moved to the San Francisco Bay Area. It was there he worked with underground cartoonist Dave Sherit was there he worked with underground cartoonist Dave Sheridan to co-create the fictional "California Homegrowers Assocdan to co-create the fictional "California Homegrowers Association." Today Ryan lives in Sonoma County and creates custoiation." Today Ryan lives in Sonoma County and creates custom artwork for wine labels as well as festival and concert pom artwork for wine labels as well as festival and concert posters and tee shirts sters and tee shirts

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