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The Usborne book of peoples of the world : internet-linked

Author: Gillian Doherty; Anna Claybourne; Laura Fearn; Linda Penny
Publisher: Tulsa, Okla. : EDC Pub., 2001.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book takes readers on a continent-by-continent journey exploring the cultures, beliefs, homes, jobs, traditions, and everyday lives of the six billion people who inhabit our planet. Details of Web sites to take you further into each subject in an interactive way are included.
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Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gillian Doherty; Anna Claybourne; Laura Fearn; Linda Penny
ISBN: 0794500250 : 9780794500252
OCLC Number: 48435115
Description: 96 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 28 cm.
Contents: World map --
What are people? --
Peoples and culture --
North America: North America --
The U.S.A. --
The far north --
Mexico --
Central America --
The Caribbean --
South America: South America --
In the mountains --
Rainforest peoples --
Combined cultures --
Brazil --
Europe: Europe --
Western Europe --
Eastern Europe --
Northern Europe --
A uniting Europe --
Africa: Africa --
Peoples and power --
Desert lands --
West and central Africa --
Landscapes of the east --
Southern Africa --
African art --
Asia: Asia --
A range of religions --
Russia --
The Middle East --
China --
India and Pakistan --
Southeast Asia --
Australasia and Oceania: Australasia and Oceania --
Australia --
New Zealand --
Papua New Guinea --
Oceania.
Other Titles: Peoples of the world
Responsibility: Gillian Doherty and Anna Claybourne ; designed by Laura Fearn and Linda Penny.

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This book takes readers on a continent-by-continent journey exploring the cultures, beliefs, homes, jobs, traditions, and everyday lives of the six billion people who inhabit our planet. Details of Web sites to take you further into each subject in an interactive way are included.

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