Related to: 'Geography'

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Journey Along the Nile

Sonya Newland
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Sonya Newland
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Climbing the Himalayan Mountains

Sonya Newland
Authors:
Sonya Newland

Travelling Wild: Climbing the Himalayan Mountains follows a traveller on a fictitious journey on foot through the Himalayan Mountains. It uses the information you would consider when planning a trip, such as the weather, climate, dangers and key sights, to present geographical information in a highly accessible and enjoyable way.Discover why the Himalayas are best avoided in the summer months (monsoons!), the traditions of the Tibetan Buddhists, the incredible wildlife that lives in the mountains, how the Himalayas formed, the mountain climate, and much, much more. There is a survival aspect to the book, too, with boxes containing tips on how to survive an avalanche, avoid hypothermia and frostbite and build a snow cave, among other things. Packed to the brim with colourful, exciting photographs, maps and fascinating facts, the book allows you to explore and discover the incredible Himalayan Mountains without leaving your seat!

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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
Authors:
Sonya Newland

Travelling Wild: Trekking the Sahara Desert follows a traveller on a fictitious journey by foot, camel and 4x4 across the world's largest dry desert. It uses the information you would consider when planning a trip, such as the weather, climate, dangers and key sights, to present geographical information in a highly accessible and enjoyable way.Discover which countries the Sahara sprawls across, the different types of desert mammal to watch out for, some incredible cities, the environmental issues facing the Sahara, how people live in the desert, and much, much more. There is a survival aspect to the book, too, with boxes containing tips on how to treat a scorpion sting or a snake bite, make a camp in sand dunes and collect water to drink, among other things. Packed to the brim with colourful, exciting photographs, maps and fascinating facts, the book allows you to explore and discover the incredible Sahara Desert without leaving your seat!

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What is Feminism? Why do we need It? And Other Big Questions

Bea Appleby, Louise Spilsbury
Authors:
Bea Appleby, Louise Spilsbury

A fantastic book for children aged 9+ that explains why we should all be feminists. Divided into sections such as Work and Money, Politics and Power, Media, Education, Family and Bodies, the book looks at the how feminism and the feminist movement, have affected each area in turn throughout history, and at the issues they are working to combat today. It also presents key figures in the fight for equal rights, from the Pankhursts to Germaine Greer and Malala Yousafzai, and looks at modern initiatives such as Emma Watson's He for She campaign.People in the public eye put their opinions across, from Radio 1 DJ Gemma Cairney and Chief Executive of Girlguiding UK Julie Bentley, to rapper, comedian, actor and screenwriter Ben Bailey Smith aka Doc Brown. A brilliant introduction for children to the movement, looking at the history of feminism, what it is today and its enormous relevance to young people and a vital tool for children in the process of figuring out the world and how it works. Part of the groundbreaking and important 'And Other Questions' series, which offers balanced and considered views on the big issues we face in the world we live in today. Other titles in the series include:What is Humanism? How do you live without a god?Who are Refugees and Migrants? What Makes People Leave their Homes?What is Consent? Why is it important? What is Gender? How does it define us?

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The Equator

Izzi Howell
Authors:
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
Authors:
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
Authors:
Alice Harman

Why was Ghana called the Gold Coast long ago? Which Ghanaian won the Nobel Peace Prize? What's Ghana's most popular sport? 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 capital city of Accra and head into the wilds to meet the animals that live in the rainforests and grasslands. Find out about traditional foods and crafts, and discover what happens at the biggest Ashanti festival of the year.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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Continents

Izzi Howell
Authors:
Izzi Howell

Read all about the world's continents, from North and South America to Europe, Asia, Africa, Antarctica and Oceania. Fact Cat Geography: Continents answers questions such as what are the continents? How many continents are there? And what is the largest continent in the world? 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 continent, looking at how many countries are in it, and some key facts about that continent, such as famous geographical features, for example the Iguazu Falls in South America, the climate, and the food. 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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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
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 Volcanoes and Earthquakes answers questions such as why does the earth have plates? How can you measure an earthquake? And what are volcanic hotspots? Along with many others. It looks at plate boundaries, seismic waves, tsunamis, volcanic ash, magma chambers, and much, much more. Crammed full of explosive happenings and, literally, earth-crunching events, geography has never been so exciting! If you've enjoyed learning all about earthquakes and volcanoes, why not try reading up on coastlines, rivers and rainforests, in other books in the series?

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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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Rainforests

Susie Brooks
Authors:
Susie Brooks
Wayland

Geography What Job Can I Get?

Kelly Davis
Authors:
Kelly Davis
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Pollution

Jen Green
Authors:
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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