Children Books about Brazil

Brazil: The Culture (lands, Peoples, And Cultures) (lands, Peoples, And Cultures)

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Brazil The Culture

Crabtree Pub


Author: Malika Hollander / Malika Hollauder

Text and photographs show how the people of Brazil celebrate holidays and festivals, using art, music, dance, and stories.
One should pick up a copy of Brazil: The Culture a strong book. Written by Malika Hollander / Malika Hollauder and the publisher is Crabtree Pub. The book became available sometime in March of 2003. At the library the reference number is F2510.H659 2003. The book is 32 pages long and it has fantastically colored illustrations. While reading can be something which everybody, of nearly every age will enjoy, you will discover absolutely numerous ways in which you might make the thrill much better. For more information regarding this book, visit our affilate link on this site.

This work is for ages 9-14. Packed with fascinating details and full-colour images, this book explains the a lot of and varied cultural celebrations of South America's largest country. Topics include: the a lot of religions and spiritual beliefs of Brazil's people; the music of Brazil's barrios; a"the way to"lesson for Samba dance; the national foods of Brazil and their history. Special spreads clarify the origins of religious festivals and the music and dance of Brazil. The rhythms of samba music fill the streets and dancers and musicians parade by in fancy costumes - it's Carnival time in Rio in addition to the city is host towards the world's biggest party.



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