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Children's LiteratureThe different traditions, history, culture, food, social structures, clothing, and current issues of the Polynesian people are explained in clear and easy to understand text. There is also a large quantity of full-color photographs to help readers understand key points from the text. The book even provides a map of the area where Polynesian people live. This is a good resource for students doing research or writing reports on the Polynesian culture. The book, part of the "Indigenous Peoples" series, explains many similarities and differences that all the various Polynesian people have, and the importance of each characteristic to the many cultures. Other resources include a time line, "fascinating facts," further reading, web sites, glossary, and an index. This book is a clear, informative source for middle readers. 2004, Weigl Publishers Inc, Ages 8 to 12.