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Rainforest Amerindians - Threatened Culture Series

by Anna Lewington

Condition: Very Good

U K: Wayland, 1992 The book is in very good condition , but is ex-school library and three of the pages have neat school stamps , as have the inner back boards. The corners to the cover are worn and bend in slightly.The top of the spine has a small sign of wear. Cellotape remainder to the cover around the spine and touching the front and back cover. No stamps to the inner boards. The book is full of amazing colour photographs and text about this threatened way of life as the Rainforest is developed.The book details the culture of the Amerindians and assesses the way they have gone about defending their lifestyle.


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