The People and Culture of Costa Rica

by

Part of a Series: Celebrating Hispanic Diversity.

Situated between the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, Costa Rica is home to a diverse populace. From its indigenous origins, through Spanish colonization, the fight for independence, and modern globalization, the country’s history has shaped the rich cultural heritage of its people. In this dynamic text, readers will not only discover about Costa Rica’s art and cuisine, but also how this unique nation is home to more than 5 percent of the world’s biodiversity, and that 25 percent of its land is national parks.

ISBN: 9781508163121

JLG Release: July 2018

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  • Book Details

    ISBN

    9781508163121

    Format

    Print Book

    Edition

    Library edition

    Publisher

    Rosen

    Page Count

    32

    Trim Size

    7 1/8" x 8 1/2"

    Dewey Classification

    972.86--dc

    Lexile

    Level: 1040L

    Genre

    Nonfic


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