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Israel

By Emma Young
(National Geographic Children's Books, Library Binding, 9781426302589, 64pp.)

Publication Date: August 12, 2008

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Visit the bustling, noisy, modern Jewish homeland of Israel. Explore Israel’s contentious history since its creation in 1948. Walk the streets of Jerusalem, holy city of three religions; visit Bethlehem, birthplace of Christ. Learn about the unique Israeli social experiment of the Kibbutz. Study the context of Israel’s embattled place on the Middle East map.

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