P is for Poland
By Agnieska Mrowczynska, Prodeepta Das
Set in the heart of Europe and full of lakes, forests, and mountains, Poland has a wealth of attractions, from wild animals that have disappeared from the rest of Europe to some of the most beautiful examples of ancient amber in the world. Poland's rich history and folk traditions, its lively storytelling and cooking traditions all combine to make a special way of life that Poles take with them wherever they go. This new entry in the popular "World Alphabet" series pays photographic tribute to 26 of the best attractions the country has to offer.
From Amber to Chopin, from Borsch to Vistula, this photographic alphabet celebrates everything Poles love best about Poland. Set in the heart of Europe and full of lakes, forests and mountains, the country has wild animals which have disappeared from the rest of Europe. Polish history and folk traditions, its storytelling and cooking all combine to make a special way of life that Polish people take with them wherever they go.
Publishing House: Frances Lincoln Limited, 2008
HardCover book measuring 11" x 8.7" x 0.35"
28 pages, color illustrations
English Language Version
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