Families of Afghanistan

Families of Afghanistan

DVD - 2010
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Zamora, 13, lives in the country, has chores in the morning, and attends school in the afternoon. She shows us how the homes in her village are built around a common courtyard to help protect them from the elements. Twelve-year-old Madina lives in Kabul. After school and the midday meal she shares with her family, Madina helps with household chores like vacuuming and ironing, then enjoys an afternoon snowball fight.
Publisher: United States : Master Communications, 2010.
ISBN: 9781604801118
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (25 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Additional Contributors: Arden Films
Master Communications, Inc

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1aa
Mar 24, 2019

Short, but interesting look see into the daily life of Afghan family life from the point of view of a child. There is a huge difference between rural and urban life!

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sneha
May 22, 2017

One of my favourites in the "Families of..." series.

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ottawabooknerd
Sep 11, 2013

Short (25 minutes) and informative. Very interesting to see how these children live.

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