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Brazil (Worldfocus) by David Marshall

Brazil (Worldfocus)

by David Marshall

Series: Worldfocus

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A country profile which gives the flavour of life in Brazil and in-depth look at the city of Recife. Case studies of real people which reveal who they spend their time, the jobs they do, what school is like and the challenges they face.
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A title from the new WORLD FOCUS series, published in association with OXFAM. A portrait of Brazil, covering its physical features, politics, religion and culture, and focusing on people's lifestyles in a particular locality. Illustrated with colour photographs. Suitable for the National Curriculum Key Stage 2.

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Introduces Brazil's history, geography, culture, and economy, focusing on the city of Recife as an example of life in this Latin American country.

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