The People and Culture of Cuba

by Melissa Rae Shofner

Part of a Series: Celebrating Hispanic Diversity.

Who are the people of Cuba? Readers will probe this question through this lively book about the cultural traditions, festivals, music, art, dance, and food of this Caribbean island nation. Analyzing how the country’s history has shaped the cultural identity of its people, this comprehensive text sheds light on the unique contributions Cubans have made. Readers also learn that it is the largest island and most populated country in the Caribbean. Each spread features stunning photographs, which make the information pop.

ISBN: 9781508163114

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  • Book Details

    ISBN

    9781508163114

    Format

    Print Book

    Edition

    Library edition

    Publisher

    Rosen

    Page Count

    32

    Trim Size

    7 1/8" x 8 1/2"

    Dewey Classification

    972.91--dc

    Genre

    Nonfic


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