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If The World Were A Village

By: Smith, David J
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Tonawanda, N. Y. Kids Can Press 2002Description: 32p. : col. illISBN: 13: 978-1-55074-779-9Subject(s): 1. Population | 2. Human geographySummary: To make the idea of a world of 6.2 billion people more understandable, Smith suggests that children imagine the population of the world as a villiage of just 100 people. Each page relates a few consciousness-raising facts about such topics as nationalities, food, language, and religion.
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To make the idea of a world of 6.2 billion people more understandable, Smith suggests that children imagine the population of the world as a villiage of just 100 people. Each page relates a few consciousness-raising facts about such topics as nationalities, food, language, and religion.

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