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Comparing Countries: Games and Entertainment (English/Polish)

By Sabrina Crewe

  • Hardback
  • £12.99

Simple dual-language books that compare and contrast different ways of life around the world

How do children have fun in other countries? Travel the world with Games and Entertainment to see the activities that people enjoy, from sport and games to art and music.

Comparing Countries is a groundbreaking non-fiction dual-language series which compares and contrasts ways of life in ten different countries around the world. Presented in two different languages, each title explores a topic common to all children, from homes to festivals, highlighting what makes us different and what we all have in common. This series provides great support to geography learning, as well as helping young language learners improve their reading skills.

Perfect for readers aged 7 and up.

Biographical Notes

Sabrina Crewe is an editor of children's educational books. She has also written more than sixty books for children, including the six-book series Under the Microscope, published in 2010. She lives in Montana, USA where she is the associate editor of the Montana Quarterly.

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9781445160528
  • Publication date: 13 Dec 2018
  • Page count: 32
  • Imprint: Franklin Watts
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