PETALUMA, Calif., May 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The world's most extensive, searchable online multimedia reference database, covering 175 countries and their culture, ABC World Culture, for K-12 schools and public libraries is now available from World Trade Press.
"ABC World Culture is the authoritative resource for anyone studying cultures of the world. It is really the ultimate research tool for students!" said World Trade Press Founder, CEO and Publisher, Ed Hinkelman.
"Most students are spending hours trying to wade through the pervasive non-useful information that is found online just to find that nugget of knowledge that they are looking for. ABC World Culture is a game changer – its powerful search and browse functionality enables students to find exactly what they are looking for quickly and efficiently," added Mr. Hinkelman.
ABC World Culture covers a broad range of key cultural topics including greetings and courtesies, gift giving, holidays, superstitions and folklore, history, media, women in culture and business, national cuisine, recipes, sports, stereotypes, maps, flags, religion, and more.
ABC World Culture is premium custom content that is comprehensive, complete, accurate and available 24/7/365.
World Trade Press is a publishing, educational, and information products company that develops multimedia reference databases. Our databases cover world cultures, world history, foreign language, geography and maps, and world travel. World Trade Press is dedicated to providing reliable, up-to-date digital media essential for researchers, educators, travelers, and logistics and international trade professionals.
See more at: http://www.abcworldculture.com
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