These comprehensive books take students on a journey through the diversity of our world. Topics range from interesting animals to cultural and natural world studies. Readers will find plenty of information for report writing on classroom studies. Each book includes a Want to Know More? section for locating additional information, and an At a Glance section with important dates and related information.Each book in this series takes a look at the geography, culture, and history of a country. Interesting places and cultures particular to the country are explained in a way that will attract the student's attention. This group of books will inspire students to learn about or visit new countries as well as provide a basis for understanding global differences.
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The Early People of South Africa
Life in South Africa
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