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Children's LiteratureThe "Many Cultures, One World" series of books provides history and social studies students a wonderful preview of our fascinating world. In this case, Greece is explored with colorful photographs, intriguing facts, games and crafts that depict everyday city and country life. Children are given a rare opportunity to partake in special family customs by learning how to make Greek Easter eggs. They are also encouraged to try different foods such as tzatziki, with easily followed recipes. Each hardcover book comes with map, flag and historical references that are useful in classroom settings. The format of these books is written with Grades 2-3 in mind, and is an excellent source for early readers to use with larger type and shorter chapters. Additional information such as a word glossary and Internet reference sites are provided for further instructional research. Each book in this series supports learning for the National Center for History in the School and the National Council for the Social Studies. 2004, Blue Earth Books/Capstone Press, Ages 7 to 10.
— Mary Forbes