Fulani: (Cameroon, Mali, Nigeria)
The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc, 15 בדצמ׳ 1995 - 64 עמודים
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Fifty-six newly released titles that provide a fascinating portrait of the many peoples that inhabit Africa. These books have natural curriculum tie-ins with multiculturalism, geography, and social studies.
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History and Traditions
Worldview Religion and Rituals
Military Political and Islamic
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