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Discover Nigeria

This colourful coffee table book is packed with information for all the family. Whatever your link to Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa, this book has something for you. Illustrated with a wealth of photographs, drawings and maps, it includes:

  • Climate
  • Wildlife
  • Famous Nigerians
  • People groups
  • Family life
  • Languages
  • Food and recipes
  • Work
  • Government
  • Leisure
  • Geography and more.

The informative text incorporates questions to provoke discussion. Helpful vocabulary boxes appear throughout, with timeline and index. The text covers similarities and differences between Nigerian ethnic groups, achievements of Nigerians in the arts, sports, business, science and technology. Whether you want to embrace your cultural heritage or are curious this vibrant nation, this is a great resource for you.

Teachers' Talking Points:

This resource supports Citizenship, Geography, and History at Key Stages 2 and 3 and for Cross Curricular Dimensions.

64 Pages
Author: Paula B. Sofowora

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