Related to: 'Geography'

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Climbing the Himalayan Mountains

Sonya Newland
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Sonya Newland
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Coastlines

Susie Brooks
Authors:
Susie Brooks

Packed to the gills with far-out facts and fascinating information, the Where on Earth? series makes standard geography topics lively, fun, pacey and interesting. The Where on Earth? Book of Coastlines answers questions such as where does water destroy rocks? How can the ocean shape the land? And why do coastlines need forests? Along with many others. It looks at shores, gulfs, bays, banks, oceans, seas, erosion, biodiversity, and much, much more. Be prepared for tidal waves of information - geography has never been so exciting! If you've enjoyed learning all about coastlines, why not try reading up on earthquakes and volcanoes, rivers and rainforests, in other books in the series?

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Trekking the Sahara

Sonya Newland
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Sonya Newland
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Rainforests

Susie Brooks
Authors:
Susie Brooks

Go on a journey through the world's rainforests, from the Amazon rainforest to Costa Rica, answering questions such as why on Earth does it rain so much? Where are there forests in the clouds? And how can a tree cure disease? Along with many others. It looks at medicines, monkeys, poisonous snakes, venomous spiders, stinky flowers, enormous trees, and much, much more. Crammed full of amazing animals and astonishing plants, geography has never been so exciting! Packed to the gills with far-out facts and fascinating information, the Where on Earth? series makes standard KS2 geography topics lively, fun, pacey and interesting.

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Journey Along the Nile

Sonya Newland
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Sonya Newland
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The Equator

Izzi Howell
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Izzi Howell

Read all about the equator, and the countries of the world it passes through. Fact Cat Geography: The Equator answers questions such as what is the equator? Where is the equator? And what is the weather like on the equator? Along with many more. A world map allows children to name and locate the world's seven continents and five oceans and to follow the equator line around the world, learning about different countries as they go. At the back of each book is a quiz which requires children to go back through the text and find the answers - encouraging them to think about, and engage with, what they have read. The information is presented in manageable chunks, making the book both highly accessible and ideal for project work.

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Italy

Alice Harman
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Alice Harman

What is a gondola? What did ancient Romans watch at the Colosseum? Who was Marco Polo?Discover the answers to all of these questions and learn all about Ghana, what continent it is on, what countries surround it, what natural resources it has and what the landscape and climate is like. Explore the cities of Rome, Milan, Turin and Venice and discover the countryside and its wild animals. See Italy's islands, mountains and volcanoes. Read about traditional foods and festivals, and find out what fans call the Italian football team.The Fact Cat series takes children at nursery age through to Key Stage 1 and above on a journey to discover the world around them, learning about a vast array of subjects on the way from space and science to ancient history and geography!

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Ghana

Alice Harman
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Alice Harman
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Continents

Izzi Howell
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Izzi Howell
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Seas and Oceans

Izzi Howell
Authors:
Izzi Howell

Read all about the seas and oceans of the world, from the Atlantic, Pacific and Southern Oceans to the Mediterranean, Sargasso and Black Seas. Fact Cat Geography: Seas and Oceans answers questions such as why is the sea salty? How deep is the ocean? And how many oceans are there? Along with many more. A world map allows children to name and locate the world's seven continents and five oceans. Each spread focusses on a different ocean or sea, looking at where it is, the fish and other sea creatures that live in it, and life on the ocean floor. At the back of each book is a quiz which requires children to go back through the text and find the answers - encouraging them to think about, and engage with, what they have read. The information is presented in manageable chunks, making the book both highly accessible and ideal for project work.

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Volcanoes and Earthquakes

Susie Brooks
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Susie Brooks
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Rivers

Susie Brooks
Authors:
Susie Brooks

The Where on Earth? Book of Rivers takes you on a journey along the world's rivers, from the Amazon to the Nile, answering questions such as how old is river water? Where can you hear a river wave ROAR? And which river creatures spell DANGER? Along with many others. It looks at flesh-eating turtles, river festivals, the Grand Canyon, the world's biggest waterfall, the water cycle and much, much more. Crammed full of ferocious fish and weird water facts, geography has never been so exciting!Packed to the gills with far-out facts and fascinating information, the Where on Earth? series of four books make standard KS2 geography topics lively, fun, pacey and interesting.

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Introducing Maps

Jack Gillett, Meg Gillett
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Jack Gillett, Meg Gillett

Reading and interpreting a variety of maps is an important geographical skill and enquiry method. Maps and Mapping skills is a series that looks at basic and intermediate geographical skills involved in map reading and map making. By translating the three dimensional into two, children are encouraged to hone their thinking skills and spacial awareness, and consider the presentation of complex information into a logical and usable map. This will provide a useful introduction to reading atlases as well as basic map skills for KS3. Will contain questions/activities throughout to encourage children to practice map reading, understand concepts from scale to population density, and to learn to use maps for particular purposes.

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Geography What Job Can I Get?

Kelly Davis
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Kelly Davis

Do you know what job you want to do? Thinking about what you enjoy most at school can help you work out which career path to follow, as the skills required for geography are transferable to many different careers. This book gives details of 12 jobs, including the personal characteristics and qualifications you will need, a job description and a comment from a professional. For example, if you are good at geography you are probably interested in the world around you, and concerned about environmental and social issues. These qualities will help you if you want to be a: tourism officer, park ranger, environmental consultant, geologist meteorologist, international aid worker, transport planner, travel writer, cartographer, geographical information systems officer, town planner or geography teacher.Get an idea of a range of geography-related occupations, and find out how to follow the career you want. The earlier you check out your options, the better prepared you will be to put your geographical skills to good use as you earn a living in future.

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Pollution

Jen Green
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Jen Green

This hugely popular brand of geography books take an interactive approach to each topic encouraging the reader to ask questions, collect, record and analyse their findings.

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The Geography Detective Investigates Resources

The Geography Detective Investigates is a multi-titled, long running Wayland series that covers curricular topics in the curriculum. Download resources here.

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Popcorn: Geography Corner Resources

The Geography Corner series introduces children to key concepts in physical geography and the local environment. Download teacher resources here.

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