Peruvian Weavers

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Language(s): British English

Level(s): High-beginning, A2

Authors : National Geographic; Rob Waring


24 Pages  Paperback 

1st Edition

©2009, Published

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In the village of Chinchero, Peru, weaving is an important tradition. Weavers use animal hair to make beautiful cloth. They have always used this cloth to stay warm. However, now they are also selling it to make money. How will this affect the local people and economy?

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