This attractive and informative series offers young readers a unique approach to the study of other peoples and cultures. Each volume focuses on a different category of arts or crafts, presenting the traditions of that particular art from for as many as twenty different countries, or geographic regions. For each culture, a reference map as well as factual, historical information accompanies a distinctive related craft project for readers to try themselves.
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