Welcome to Mexico, land of tropical rain forests, volcanoes, deserts, and beaches—and a vibrant array of ancient and modern traditions. This book introduces kids ages 6 to 10 to fascinating aspects of Mexican geography, language, food, arts, sports, and festivals. Puzzles and activities range f... read more
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Welcome to Mexico, land of tropical rain forests, volcanoes, deserts, and beaches—and a vibrant array of ancient and modern traditions. This book introduces kids ages 6 to 10 to fascinating aspects of Mexican geography, language, food, arts, sports, and festivals. Puzzles and activities range from dot-to-dots, crosswords, and spot-the-differences to easy directions for making piñatas and maracas. Cute illustrations offer plenty of opportunities for coloring.
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