Living in a City by Ellen Labrecque


Living in a City by Ellen Labrecque

This book takes a simple look at what it means to live in a city. It examines what you can find in a city, why people choose to live there and the risks people might have because of living in a city, such as pollution. The book also looks at how people adapt to living in cities and the different things people can do in their daily lives, from working in a skyscraper to visiting the zoo!

About the Author

Ellen Labrecque is a freelance writer who lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and two kids. She has written over 20 children's books. Previously, she was a Senior Editor at Sports Illustrated Kids Magazine. She loves writing, running, and spending time outside.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 6


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Publication date

7th April 2016



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