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National Geographic Countries Of The World: Kenya

National Geographic Countries

National Geographic Children's Books

Author: Bridget Giles

National Geographic Countries written by Bridget Giles is an excellent child's book. The author is Bridget Giles and it was published on the 12th of December, 2006 by National Geographic Children's Books. The book has 64 pages. To buy a copy at the cheapest price, click on our store button on this site.

Welcome to Kenya, land of light and infinite assortment. Lions, zebras, and wildebeest roam the land, while the great rivers teem with hippopotami and crocodiles. Kenya's busy capital bustles with crowds, traffic and markets selling create from the heartlands. A climb to its snow-capped peak will lead you through 5 various ecosystems. Such diversity is widespread to Kenya's landscapes and is also reflected inside the country's stunning array of wildlife. The human background of Kenya is no less diverse. From the first footprints of humans, to the colonial rule from the British also because the Germans, main adjust has been a continuous in the progress towards independence in the 1950s and prosperity within the 1960s. Out in the bush, a myriad of tribal peoples, which consists of the Maasai, reside more traditional lives. National Geographic will likely be your guide in Nairobi, and into the bush beyond. Your African odyssey will take you for the soaring Mount Kilimanjaro. The book concludes with a look at the modern-day challenges facing Kenya.


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