OUR NEIGHBORS IN CENTRAL AMERICA by John C. & Elsie F. Caldwell

OUR NEIGHBORS IN CENTRAL AMERICA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

What is it like in Central America?""--many kinds of birds and animals, many monkeys, many mountains (three times); many different kinds of people, many Indians, many white people, many people called mestizos; many churches, many farms, (and many farmers have fields of corn), many small towns (and in many towns the streets are not paved); many poor people (four times), many poor people in cities, many poor people on farms. Also-- ""On this page there is an interesting picture"" (and ""on this page"" and ""on this page""). Further-more -- ""Look at the flags... Each flag has a blue stripe...."" (they are all green and white). Ultimately, from much of many a little of some and more of the same.

Pub Date: June 1st, 1967
Publisher: John Day