Russia

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Lerner Publications, Jan 1, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
With the help of an older reader, young children can take a first look at the world using these appealing social studies books. A friendly text and design present each country's landscape and describe in easy-to-understand language its main ethnic and cultural features. Full-color photos, simple sidebars, emergent-reading-level glossary, pronunciation guide, further reading list, and index complete the presentation.
 

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Contents

Welcome
4
Splash
10
Home
16
Family
22
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Thomas Streissguth is an author who grew up in the Midwest. He worked in New York in magazines for four years and as a juvenile book editor in Minneapolis for six. He has published about 40 books of non-fiction: biographies, history, geography books, and the like. His title's include: Dracula, Cleopatra, Hoaxers and Hustlers, Jack London, and Vladmir Putin.

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