A Family from Bosnia
Readers can spend the day with a foreign family and learn about life in another country. Family members give their individual perspectives on everyday matters such as school, work, food, family life, and leisure activities. An abundance of photographs of the family's home offers readers an up-close look at the life of a foreign family.
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