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Books in What Do We Know About Religions? series

  • Buddhism

    Anita Ganeri

    Hardcover (Hodder Wayland, May 31, 1997)
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  • The Inuit

    Bryan Alexander, Cherry Alexander

    Hardcover (Peter Bedrick, March 9, 2002)
    What do we know about the Intuit? Who are the Intuit? Do they live in houses? What kind of food did they eat? What language do they speak?This series takes an exciting look at religion, history, and culture through the everyday lives of people from all over the world. Using color photographs and detailed illustrations, each book helps young people ask questions and leads them toward a better understanding of a particular historical era, religion, or culture.Bryan and Cherry Alexander are specialists on the Intuit people. They are authors and professional photographers who have spent long periods exploring both the Arctic and Antarctic. Their work has appeared in National Geographic, Life and Geo.
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  • Islam

    Shahrukh Husain

    Hardcover (Hodder Wayland, Nov. 30, 1996)
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  • Hinduism

    Anita Ganeri

    Hardcover (Peter Bedrick, March 9, 2002)
    What do Hindus believe? Where do they pray and what are the major Hindu festivals? Where and when did Hinduism begin?This series takes an exciting look at religion, history, and culture through the everyday lives of people from all over the world. Using color photographs and detailed illustrations, each book helps young people ask questions and leads them toward a better understanding of a particular historical era, religion, or culture.Anita Ganeri was born in Calcutta, India. She graduated from Cambridge University and earned an M.A. in Indian studies. She is the author of many information books for young people.
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  • What Do We Know About Sikhism

    Beryl Dhanjal

    Hardcover (Wayland Pub Ltd, Aug. 1, 1996)
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  • Islam

    Sharukh Husain

    Hardcover (Peter Bedrick, Feb. 9, 2001)
    What do Muslims believe? Where and when did Islam begin? Where do Muslims pray? What are the Islamic holidays? This book takes an exciting look at the religion of Islam and answers the above questions through thoroughly researched information, beautiful color photographs, and wonderfully detailed illustrations. It helps young people ask questions and leads them to a better understanding of the people and beliefs of Islam.
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  • The Plains Indians

    Collin Taylor

    Hardcover (Peter Bedrick, Feb. 9, 2001)
    What do we know about the Plains Indians? What was their family life like? What was their religion? Did they live in houses? What are the Plains Indians doing today?This series takes an exciting look at religion, history, and culture through the everyday lives of people from all over the world. Using color photographs and detailed illustrations, each book helps young people ask questions and leads them toward a better understanding of a particular historical era, faith, or civilization.
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  • Judaism

    Doreen Fine

    Hardcover (Peter Bedrick, March 9, 2002)
    What do Jewish people believe? Where do they pray and what are the major Jewish festivals? Where and when did Judaism begin?This series takes an exciting look at religion, history, and culture through the everyday lives of people from all over the world. Using color photographs and detailed illustrations, each book helps young people ask questions and leads them toward a better understanding of a particular historical era, faith, or civilization.
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  • The Vikings

    Hazel Mary Martell

    Hardcover (Peter Bedrick Books, March 9, 2002)
    Explores Viking life in all its aspects, from exploration to family life to trade, over the seven centuries of their activity, through photographs, drawings, and informative captions designed to appeal to imaginative young readers.
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  • What Do We Know About Prehistoric People?

    Mike Corbishley

    Hardcover (Hodder Wayland, Jan. 31, 1995)
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  • The Amazonian Indians

    Anna Lewington

    Hardcover (Brighter Child, Feb. 9, 2001)
    Who are the Indians of the Amazonian rainforest?Do they grow their own food? Do they live in houses?br>Are the rainforests of the Amazon in danger?br>What is happening to the Amazonian Indians today?This new series takes an exciting look at history and culture through everyday lives of people from a great civilization. Using color photographs and detailed illustrations of cultural objects, each book helps young people ask questions and draw their own conclusions from the evidence.Anna Lewington, the author, has studied Latin American Anthropology and carried out research work in the Amazon and is a consultant to the world Wide fund for nature.
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  • The Celts?

    Hazel Mary Martell, Rob Shone

    Hardcover (Hodder Wayland, )
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