Provides information on the Cree Indians with a focus on their homes, communities, clothing, food, religion, and more.
Looks at the early history of the Mounties, what they wore, the jobs they performed, where they worked, special events they took part in, and compares them to the RCMP of today.
Introduces the history, religions, holidays and festivals, arts, sports, languages, and literature of Puerto Rico.
Text and photographs portray Puerto Rico's geography and climate, city and rural life, industry, and transportation, focusing especially on the island's status as a Commonwealth.
Provides information on the Inuit with a focus on their homes, communities, clothing, food, religion, and more.
Looks at how the invention of the automobile has changed the world and how automobile designs are continually changing to make cars safer to drive and cleaner for the environment.
Text and photographs portray Australia's unique geography, wildlife, and climate, as well as its city and rural life, industry, and transportation.
Text and photos show how Australians celebrate holidays and festivals, using art, music, and dance.
Explores how the history, climate, and geography of Australia have shaped the customs and practices of its people, looking at life in both the city and the Outback.
Examines the history, geography, climate, plants, animals, and peoples of the Great Lakes region of Canada.