Brazil: The People


Brazil’s fascinating mix of people will intrigue students of today. This resource helps fulfill the Grade 3 B.C. 2016 learning outcomes related to Global Indigenous Cultures.

  • ISBN: 9780778793397
  • Author: Malika Hollander
  • 32 pages
  • Ages: 8-12


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Almost half the population of South America lives in Brazil. A melting pot of indigenous, African and European cultures, Brazil is also home to some of the poorest and some of the wealthiest people in South America. Individual spreads illustrate how Brazil was an early plantation colony of Portugal; how Brazil’s indigenous peoples live today, and the different ceremonies and celebrations of the country’s many people.

Topics include:

  • First Brazilians
  • Arrival of the Portuguese
  • Indigenous Brazilians
  • A Yanomami wedding
  • Life in the rainforest and threats to people of the rainforest
  • Spiritual belief of Brazilians
  • Life in the cities

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Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 28.9 × 22.3 × 0.8 cm
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