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Brazil Abcs: A Book About The People And Places Of Brazil (Country Abcs)

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Parrots, rain forests, and the Amazon River. Soccer legends and the Carnaval of Rio de Janeiro. Discover the ABCs of a country known worldwide for its deep jungles and amazing variety of plant and animal life in this tour of Brazil.
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Published January 1st 2007 by Picture Window Books
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Through the 26 letters of the alphabet, the country, people, and traditions of Brazil are explored. From dances to animals, common foods, sports, and large industries, Seidman presents the information in short paragraphs of text, with boxes of “Fast Facts” to deepen students’ understanding of the South American country. By the end of the book, students will feel as though they have taken a tour of Brazil without ever leaving the classroom!

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Oct 29, 2013 rated it really liked it
A lot of detail for an ABC book. So it's not about learning letters here but rather about learning something about the country and culture.
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David Seidman is a Los Angeles–area journalist, editor, and author who often writes nonfiction for teens. He comes to the topic of atheism with empathy
for teenagers and for people in the religious minority, but he’s nobody’s advocate. He has written on topics as diverse as a US president, civil rights, teens
in Iran, and holiday lights displays.
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