Though obscured for decades behind communism’s Iron Curtain, a handful of newly democratic European countries have burst into the 21st century offering much to the world. Looking at Europe, a new, full-color series, examines the rich histories of these countries, and the bright futures they have.

The contents of each volume include: Introduction; History; Towns & Cities; People & Culture; Education; Cuisine; Transportation; Economy; Tourism; and Nature.

"These attractively designed titles look at each nation's history, topography, culture, cuisine, transportation, economy, and nature. While the texts are brief, the content is solid enough for a basic report. The format is pleasing, with good-quality, full-color photos on every spread. Captions and frequent sidebars add information to the texts. Each title contains an ethnic recipe. These appealing overviews deserve to be in most collections."
School Library Journal

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  • 48 pages

  • Full-color photographs

  • 8.75 " x 11.5 "

  • Reinforced library binding

  • Maps

  • Graphs and Charts

  • Glossary

  • Index

  • Websites

  • Grades 5 and up

  • $24.95

All Looking at Europe books:

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