American Lives: A Brief Look
Publisher: U.S. Department of State 2010
Number of pages: 72
This picture book depicts Americans at every stage of life, from children to senior citizens, at work, home, and play. The photographs illustrate the freedom of religion Americans enjoy, and how they spend their free time. They also display the tight community bonds that Americans form in every part of the country.
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