Walt Disney's Little Man of Disneyland by RH Disney, Walt Disney Studio

By RH Disney, Walt Disney Studio

This inventive Little Golden booklet, initially released in 1955, tells the tale of the production of Disneyland and the little guy who lives there. girls and boys a while 2 to five will love becoming a member of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck as they meet little Patrick Begorra. nice for Disney enthusiasts, topic park fans, and Little Golden ebook creditors of every age!

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Look at the questions in the "Skills" column. Compare them to the page number of the answers in the "Page" column. Refresh your memory by reading the "Answer" column below. SKILLS ANSWER PAGE What facts did 1 learn from this book? 1 learned the Nile River is the longest river in the world. What skills did 1 learn? 1 learned how to read maps. What activities did 1 do? 1 answered the questions in the quiz. How can 1 find out more? 1 can read the books and visit the web sites from the Find Out for Yourself section.

What activities did 1 do? 1 answered the questions in the quiz. How can 1 find out more? 1 can read the books and visit the web sites from the Find Out for Yourself section. 30 How can 1 get involved? 1 can find out how to help African people in need. 18 5 5, 7, 16-17 28-29 31 32 Natural Wonders Glossary archaeologists: people who dig up objects to learn about ancient civilizations artifact: an object made by humans; a historical object in a museum droughts: long periods of dry weather ecosystem: a group of living plants, animals, and their environment, all of which act as a community famine: starvation of large numbers of people geologists: scientists who study rocks, soils, and minerals irrigation: a way of directing water to land where it is needed nutrients: any substance that provides nourishment pharaoh: a king in Ancient Egypt preserving: saving for the future; shielding from destruction reservoir: a holding area to store water rift: a long, narrow crack; a place where land is pulling apart sediment: material deposited by water, wind, or glaciers species: a specific group of plant or animal that shares characteristics staple food: a food that is eaten regularly and is kept in large amounts Index Africa 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 23, 26, 27 Aswan Dam 5, 27 Aswan High Dam 13,24,27 Lake Nasser 5, 13, 21,24 Lake Victoria 8, 14, 15, 22, 27 Livingstone, Dr.

18 5 5, 7, 16-17 28-29 31 32 Natural Wonders Glossary archaeologists: people who dig up objects to learn about ancient civilizations artifact: an object made by humans; a historical object in a museum droughts: long periods of dry weather ecosystem: a group of living plants, animals, and their environment, all of which act as a community famine: starvation of large numbers of people geologists: scientists who study rocks, soils, and minerals irrigation: a way of directing water to land where it is needed nutrients: any substance that provides nourishment pharaoh: a king in Ancient Egypt preserving: saving for the future; shielding from destruction reservoir: a holding area to store water rift: a long, narrow crack; a place where land is pulling apart sediment: material deposited by water, wind, or glaciers species: a specific group of plant or animal that shares characteristics staple food: a food that is eaten regularly and is kept in large amounts Index Africa 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 23, 26, 27 Aswan Dam 5, 27 Aswan High Dam 13,24,27 Lake Nasser 5, 13, 21,24 Lake Victoria 8, 14, 15, 22, 27 Livingstone, Dr.

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