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Desert Trek: An Eye-Opening Journey Through the World’s Driest Places
Marie-Ange le Rochais (au) (il); George L. Newman (tr)
Deserts are often thought of as endless sand dunes, empty of life, except for the occasional caravan of camels, or solitary vulture. The truth is that there is a great variety of vegetation, wildlife, & civilizations in deserts throughout the world. Unique communities of plants & animals have adapted to their harsh conditions. Now you can journey around the world & see some of the marvelous things that deserts hold. Walk the desert with the Tuaregs, the San “Bushmen,” & the Australian Aborigines. Stand in awe before its monuments & holy places, smell its flowers, observe its animals, & marvel at its volcanoes. And be guided through these pages by the same thing that guides the caravans: water. Full-color illustrations. Ages 6 to 10. Reinforced binding.
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