Friend's Email: Subject:I have found a book that I think you would enjoy
National Geographic, Vol. 192, No. 4, Oct 1997
National Geographic Vol 192 No 4 Oct 1997 Author:National Geographic Society Down The Zambezi by Paul Theroux -- Life flows at the pace of a dugout canoe along this great river in the heart of Africa, blessed with fertile land, abundant wildlife, and the glory of Victoria Falls. — County Fairs by John McCarry -- America's come-one, come-all celebrations have long knit communities out of scattered farm families. Now they ... more »do the same for city folk and suburbanites.
Promise Of Pakistan by John McCarry -- 50 years after independence the Asian nation founded as a Muslim works to bolster its economy and confront its social ills.
Parasites by Jennifer Ackerman -- Most of the earth's creatures are freeloaders--and those that aren't are playing host. From the protozoans that cause malaria to the mites living on your skin, parasites range from deadly to benign.
Most Ancient Americans by Rick Gore -- A well-preserved site at Monte Verde, Chili.« less