Book: Waring Rob «One Village Makes a Difference»

One Village Makes a Difference

Серия: "Footprint Reading Library"

People everywhere need water for drinking, washing and other activities. In India there is not always enough water for everybody. Now, a group of villages is trying a different method to get water. Will they get the water they need? Can one village make a difference?

Издательство: "Heinle/Cengage Learn" (2008)

ISBN: 978-1-424-01077-6,978-1-4240-1077-6

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