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What is it about the Cinderella story that is so compelling to
cultures all over the world?
Explore the majesty of the world and its people by visiting some of the
oldest, most extraordinary cultures on Earth. In this series of seven
books, photojournalist Jan Reynolds documents the distinctive cultures
and climates of indigenous peoples. The Vanishing Cultures series
introduces readers to the Yanomama of the Amazon Basin, Aborigines of
Australia, Sami of the European Arctic, Inuit of the North American
Arctic, Tibetans and Sherpas from the Himalaya, Mongolians of Asia, and
Tuareg of the Sahara.