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National Geographic Countries Of The World: Mexico

National Geographic Countries

National Geographic Children's Books

Author: Beth Gruber

National Geographic Countries Of The World: Mexico is an excellent children's book. The author is Beth Gruber and it was published around December of 2006 by National Geographic Children's Books. The child's book is 64 pages long. Check these pointers and you will definitely take pleasure in reading a lot more. Whilst you read, envision the dilemma inside your head.

Join National Geographic's quest to find the heart and soul of Mexico. The author also explains the significance of family and traditions in Mexican culture along with all the country's rich artistic heritage. Witness the cultural and political aftereffects of Spanish Catholicism and discover how the hacienda system of agriculture led to revolution. Explore Mexico's history as the center from the Olmec, Maya and Aztec civilizations in Beth Gruber's lively text. Study the country's history of earthquakes and volcanoes and its present struggles to defend animal habitats. Visit Mexico City, the vast metropolis built on an ancient lakebed. Learn how Mexico's borders once extended north to southern Wyoming, west to California, and east to Louisiana. Journey by way of a land of incredible biodiversity: from the Rio Grande to the Sierra Madre. Finally, readers will come to understand the disappointments from the Revolution, the limits from the single-party system, social inequalities, the economy, emigration for the United States, and the effects of the tourist boom on the atmosphere.


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