Rob Bowden - Hachette Children's Group

Rob Bowden



Rob Bowden is a development geographer who has taught international Environment and Development courses at the universities of Sussex and Brighton. He specialises in African issues and has written several children's books about the region. As well as writing, he runs an educational resourcing and consultancy company. He is a keen photographer and some of his images are used in his books. In 1999 his book 'Journey Through Africa' was highly commended by the Geographical Association and he has also been commended for his great contribution to education.
Books currently available by this author

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Wayland

The EU Countries

Rob Bowden
Authors:
Rob Bowden

This book describes each country in the EU, looking at the country's landscape, society, economy and industry and culture with a statistics panel listing population, language, ethnic composition, life expectancy, GDP and natural resources. A topic web shows links with the EU to other subject areas.

Franklin Watts

Snowboarding

Rob Bowden
Authors:
Rob Bowden
Franklin Watts

In-Line Skating

Rob Bowden
Authors:
Rob Bowden

In-line skating is one of the ultimate extreme sports. It really has no limits! Whether you are an experienced skater or just starting out this book will help you to find out more about the world of in-line skating. The book is full of spectacular photographs, hints to improve your in-line skating skills and invaluable advice -- from stretching to skate parks.'No limits' is an action-packed series on extreme sports. The stimulating text and photographs will inspire any action sports enthusiasts.