This title talks about the five regions of the United States and is filled with colorful maps to indicate where these regions are. It also includes fun information about the climate in each region, what the people there do for fun, what they eat and what makes living there so enjoyable.
Describes the statues of Easter Island, including theories on how they were built, the people who built them, and what the statues are like today.
Describes the mystery of Machu Picchu, including how and why it was built, the emperor who lived there, why it was abandoned, and what the ruin is like today.
Describes the mysteries behind Stonehenge, including how and why it was built, the people who built it, and what the ruins are like today.
Describes the Taj Mahal, including how and why it was built, how it was ruined and has been restored, and what it is like today.
Describes the Great Wall of China, including how and why it was built, the dynasties behind its construction, what it was used for, and what it’s like today.
In Meals in China, young readers will learn learn about the foods and cultural practices that make up mealtime in China. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text engage beginning readers as they discover the fascinating culinary traditions of China. A labeled diagram highlights common Chinese ingredients, while a picture glossary reinforces new vocabulary. Children can learn more about meals in China online using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Meals in China also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, and an index. Meals in China is part of Jump!s Meals Around the World series.