Worlds Together DVD's Highlights Countries of the World Giveaway (Rafflecopter)

The new DVD series from Worlds Together from Master Communications wants to share remote areas and families of the world with you.

Worlds Together DVD's East Africa, West Africa and Ethiopia

Through the DVD, young viewers and their families are transported to the world’s second-largest and second-most-populous continent through three titles – East Africa, West Africa and Ethiopia, available September 4, 2012 for a suggested retail price of $29.95 each.

The Worlds Together series, originating out of the travels of photographer/songwriter Elmer Hawkes, visits some of the most remote places on Earth, examining topics ranging from history and culture to sports and cuisine and giving viewers an up close and personal introduction to cultures quite different from their own. Learn about the various climates, languages, religions, wildlife, architecture, agriculture, ethnicities and more.

Future countries to be explored in Worlds Together series include Cuba, Tibet, Ecuador and Colombia. Approximately 25 minutes each, all the titles in World Together DVD series will include a teacher’s guide (also available via download). To learn more visit

Would you like to watch one of the Worlds Together DVD? One winner can win the Ethiopia DVD.


Ethiopia is twice the size of Texas and believed to have the longest archaeological record on Earth and to have been present at the dawn of creation. It’s also been linked to the mysterious Queen of Sheba. With many areas lush and green, the region has also suffered many droughts, but the economy is still dominated by agriculture. Featured cities include Harar, Addis Ababa, Gonder and Lalibela, the last featuring 800-year-old Christian churches, some carved into volcanic rock.

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