Victoria Goes to Brazil
Author: Maria de Fatima Campos Published: 2009 Multicultural: On Amazon (or Other)
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This unique series of photographic information books, told in the first person, accompanies children who have grown up away from their family’s homeland, and are now visiting it for the first time. The unfamiliar food, clothing, and customs of another country are seen from a fresh, exciting perspective. With stunning photographs and a bright, child-friendly design, this informative, fun series is very relevant to today’s world in which so many people have moved away from their original culture to live elsewhere. Victoria’s mother was born in Brazil and she is taking Victoria to see the place of her birth. From a coffee farm to a saint’s day procession, from a street children’s shelter to a huge family barbeque, Victoria learns about her mother’s country and warms to her big Brazilian family.

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