Portraits of both urban and rural life give readers a balanced perspective of foreign countries. Information about the terrain and climate, major export products, and natural resources create a context for understanding the country's inhabitants. Visits with urban and rural families teach students about education, jobs, sports, home and social life, and ethnic traditions. Vivid photographs and city maps work with the text to give readers the complete experience of visiting a foreign country.
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