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Indian Culture
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Indian Culture

Indian Culture covers a vast array of subjects on Indian culture -- from fine arts to ceremonies, from legends to the culture's global influence.

Age Level9-13 Years
Reading LevelGrades 4-6
Trim Size0 x 0
Page Count48



School Library Journal - Kerry Roeder

"These titles introduce readers to communities of people around the world. With dynamic colorful photos and simple relatable narratives, the authors do an excellent job of painting a clear picture of what life is like in each culture. There are "Did You Know?" insets, biographical profiles, and sections called "Young People," in which the texts focus on what life is like for children. Exploring such topics as architecture, games, food, and beliefs, the books show how each culture is not only extremely far-reaching, but is also constantly changing and adapting. The "Find Out More" page not only gives books and websites, but also suggests places to visit, as well as topics for further research. Great additions that will come in handy during social-studies research projects. -- Kerry Roeder, Professional Children’s School, New York City School Library Journal 11/1/2012" - School Library Journal

November 1, 2012

Anita Ganeri

Anita Ganeri

Anita Ganeri is an award-winning author of children's information books. She has been a writer for 20 years, after working in-house for Usborne Publishing and Walker Books. She specializes in the natural world, religion, and mythology, but is always looking for new challenges. Anita lives in northern England with her husband, children, dogs, and cat. She enjoys reading, walking the Moors, playing tennis, and dreaming of winning Wimbledon.

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