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World Expo Day - The Bus Bunch Learns About Different Cultures - cover

World Expo Day - The Bus Bunch Learns About Different Cultures

Carolyn Larsen, Vincent W. Goett

Publisher: Peter Pan Press

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Summary

The Bus Bunch is a group of kids in the town of Brite Star who live far enough away from school they have to picked up every day at Holly Hill Drive by their favorite bus driver, Mr. Emerson. The adventures they share and life lessons they learn take place in Brite Star and are centered around their trips on the bus.
 
The Bus Bunch takes a field trip to World Expo Day where they learn about people and cultures from other countries.

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