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My Life In Indonesia

Patience Coster

Publisher: Arcturus Publishing

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What is life like in another country? Meet Eva, a  10-year-old living in Indonesia. Follow a day in her life and discover  what she has for breakfast, what her favourite subjects are at school  and what traditional dances she knows. This full-colour book has a  scrapbook-style design and includes photographs of Eva going about her  daily routine. Along the way, young readers will learn: • What the official language of Indonesia is • Popular Indonesian playground games, such as petak benteng • The different religions that are practised in Indonesia • What their climate is like Perfect for children aged 8+.  ABOUT THE SERIES:  Each book in this series follows a real child through a day in their  life. Featuring fun facts about each country and extraordinary  photographs of these children's routines, A Child's Day In ... is both a celebration of diversity and lesson that children all over the world have the same hopes and dreams.

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