The study of the lands, the features, the inhabitants, and the phenomena of Earth.
Category: Geography | Reading Level: 9 YA
Set your sails east with this stunningly original new history of the world. Peter Frankopan, number one bestselling author and historian explores the connections made by people, trade, disease, war, religion, adventure, science and technology in this extraordinary book about how the east married the we ...Show more
Hazard hunters Eddie and Junko are exploring some of the most extreme environments on Earth! But don't worry, they have their dangermobile packed with gadgets to tackle everything they come across. Join them and discover the fires of erupting Stromboli, the world's fastest winds on Mt. Washington, Brazi ...Show more
The HORRIBLE GEOGRAPHY FLAG STICKER BOOK is an atlas, world-fact book and flag sticker book in one. Broken down by continent with map spreads to place your stickers on, it's also crammed full of freaky flag facts, teacher teasers and info about the world around us. It includes full-colour stickers of EV ...Show more
Category: NZ Non Fiction
Award-winning international wildlife photographer Tui de Roy spent much of her life living on and photographing the Galapagos Islands before setting up her base in New Zealand. From here, she travels the world capturing breathtaking images of special natural places and the plants and animals that inhabi ...Show more
Providing an introduction to mapping of all major regions of the world, this reference includes information on map reading skills, the meaning of scale and measuring distances. The reference maps are informative, politically colored, and easy to read with national capitals and major cities easily identi ...Show more
Travel through countries of the world and learn about weather, landscapes and everyday life. This exciting series explores aspects of human and physical geography via accessible text and engaging images that support National Curriculum requirements.Australian Curriculum: General Capability Intercultu ...Show more
What does it mean to be an immigrant? Why and how do people move to a new home? How does it feel to live in a new country? Includes a timeline of events that have caused large amounts of people to move to a new place, from the Irish Potato Famine to the war in Syria, and a case study of Iraq.
With their stunning colours and array of life, coral reefs seem lush, inviting and beautiful. However, like all biomes around the world, coral reefs present challenges to the plants and organisms that live there. Discover how organisms survive on coral reefs and how they have cleverly adapted to their w ...Show more
Natural disasters devastate communities. They reshape the landscape and can alter people's ways of life in an area for years after the event. Learn all about the 10 worst volcanic Eruptions in this book from Vesuvius to Krakatau. This series explores the world's top ten worst recorded disasters, explain ...Show more
Set your spirit of adventure free with this lavishly illustrated trip around the world as you explore seven continent maps, packed with hundred of activities and challenges to inspire armchair travellers of any age. Whether you're visiting the penguins of Antarctica, joining the Carnival in Brazil or a ...Show more
Get ready to explore the city in a whole new way. This innovative book for younger readers is packed with city facts, loads of flaps to lift, and unfolding pages to see inside buildings and under the streets. Children aged 5+ can learn about skyscrapers, subway systems and stinky sewers. Discover where ...Show more