Henry-Biabaud, Chantal. Ossining, NY : Young Discovery Library. Describes aspects of daily life along the Congo River in Africa.
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by Chantal Henry Biabaud. Published June 1st 1991 by Young Discovery Lib (first published September 29th 1989). Living in the Heart of Africa (Pocket Worlds). 0944589294 (ISBN13: 9780944589298).
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This book concerns life in the heart of Africa, in this case, the river Zaire. Chantal Henry-Biabaud. Place of Publication. Pocket Worlds S. Interest Age. In an informal manner it gives an insight into the physical aspects of the river, the people who live there, travel and wildlife. Moonlight Publishing Ltd. ISBN-10. 6-10.
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Describes aspects of daily life along the Congo River in Africa.
Are you sure you want to remove Living in the heart of Africa from your list? Living in the heart of Africa. by Chantal Henry-Biabaud. Published 1991 by Young Discovery Library in Ossining, NY. Written in English. For children five years old and upwards"-P. Format: Library Binding. Format:Library Binding. Condition: Acceptable.
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