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Kids Around the World

Expand kids’ horizons with this collection of real-life stories of children’s lives in countries from Nepal to the Netherlands.

Filled with fascinating details that enrich young people’s understanding of geography, culture, and history, these stories by Washington Post foreign correspondents feature the true stories of kids all over the world. From Yuki, who rides a subway train to school every day in Tokyo, to Sayeed, who guides tourists on camel rides in Egypt, children can discover the dramatic differences—as well as the universal human experiences—of their counterparts around the globe. In addition to its educational value, Kids Around the World also provides an entertaining and enlightening travelogue to satisfy young people’s hunger for discovery and adventure.  

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The Washington Post is a celebrated American daily newspaper. It is the most widely circulated newspaper published in Washington, D.C., and was founded on December 6, 1877, making it the area's oldest extant newspaper. Its slogan is "Democracy Dies in Darkness".

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