A majority of Cubans claim Taíno, one of the islands’ first peoples, West African, or Spanish ancestry, or a mixture of these. Cuba the people features the history of the country’s people and their daily lives today. Candid photographs help portray bustling life in the country’s many cities as well as the poverty which exists for many of Cuba’s people.
About the authors
a étudié la littérature anglaise à l'Université de Toronto. Depuis, elle
écrit et publie des livres pour enfants, à la fois des fictions et des
documentaires. Elle habite avec sa famille à Toronto.
Susan Hughes studied English literature at the University of Toronto. She writes both fiction and non-fiction children's books. She lives with her family in Toronto.
Other titles by Susan Hughes
Off to Class (updated edition)
Incredible and Unusual Schools Around the World
The Differences We Share
Lights Day and Night
The Science of How Light Works
Walking for Water
How One Boy Stood Up for Gender Equality
Sounds All Around
The Science of How Sound Works
Carmen and the House That Gaudí Built
Walking in the City with Jane
A Story of Jane Jacobs