incas

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Late lunch with llamas

"The magic tree house whisks Jack and Annie away to South America, where they must climb Machu Picchu to save a baby llama"--Provided by publisher.

Llamas and the Andes

2020
"An overview of llamas, chinchillas, and other Andean animals, as well as a general look at the region and its people"-- Provided by publisher.

Late lunch with llamas

"The magic tree house whisks Jack and Annie away to South America, where they must climb Machu Picchu to save a baby llama"--Provided by publisher.

How STEM built the Incan empire

"In size and sophistication, the most impressive empire in the Americas was the Incas. Established in Peru in the twelfth century, the Incan empire united millions of people and dozens of distinct cultures under a single governing system. The Incas lacked what many assume are essential to empire-building: writing, the wheel, a favorable climate. Still, the Incas overcame these challenges with incredible science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) innovations: terrace agriculture, elaborate road systems, earthquake-proof buildings, a planned economy without money, and an elaborate mathematics communicated with textiles. Incan accomplishments show that technological developments take many unexpected forms"--Provided by publisher.

Inca civilization

"Explores the history and culture of the Inca, giving a basic overview of the civilization's government, religion, and social structure, as well as key leaders and events"--Provided by publisher.
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Ancient Incas

Explains the development of the ancient Incas, with maps showing where the civilization was and how it expanded over time, short biographies of key historical figures, and a timeline of important events.
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Maya civilization

Explores the history and culture of the Maya, giving a basic overview of the civilization's government, religion, and social structure, as well as key leaders and events.
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Inca civilization

Explores the history and culture of the Inca, giving a basic overview of the civilization's government, religion, and social structure, as well as key leaders and events.
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Inca

discover the culture and geography of a lost civilization : with 25 projects
Provides an introduction to the ancient Inca and their civilization and includes hands-on projects and activities such as building a tropical cloud forest, making a drop spindle, and creating a T-shirt version of an Inca tapestry.
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Ancient Inca geography

"Machu Picchu is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Nestled in the Andes Mountains, the Inca people built a settlement that's in perfect harmony with the surrounding landscape. This title explores the geography of the ancient Inca civilization, which extended well beyond Machu Picchu. Covering land from present-day Peru to present-day Chile, the diverse landscape affected all aspects of Incan society, from daily life to terrace farming and irrigation. Readers will learn how geography and climate played a role in the development of this civilization. Colorful images and engaging text based on social studies curricula support classroom learning"--Amazon.com.
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