Gr 3-5 Both titles are of average quality as far as geographical and cultural content are concerned. Both are plagued by the fact that one cannot generalize about an entire nation or society by focusing on one family. An Eskimo Family describes the life of a traditional Eskimo family, while on the last page, the Alexanders state that many Eskimos live in towns with modern houses. A Family in India describes the life of a family who lives near the Ganges River. Tigwell has chosen to focus on the only Muslim family in the entire village, while reserving any discussion of Hinduism for the final page of the text. The color photography is quite good. However, there are no captions, and children are expected to correlate the pictures with the text on each page. Each book ends with a ``Facts about. . .'' page and a two-page world map showing, in a contrasting color, the location of the subject. If present Eskimo titles are old, this will be an adequate replacement. Skip the one on India. Eldon Younce, Harper Elementary School, Kans.