Nigeria: The Land
Nigeria's varied environments are featured from its tropical forests, lagoons, and swamps to the grassy plains of the savannah. This book describes the country's weather, including the powerful Harmattan Wind, farming rubber trees, the exotic wildlife, and how endangered rainforests are being protected. It is for children of ages 9-14.
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