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Have you ever wondered what a badland is? What about a gulch? Do you wonder what an isthmus is? Or a seamount? What about the difference between a plateau and a plain, or a knob and a knoll? Well, here are the answers!
The sixty-three entries from A to Z describe the earth's features -- its physical geography -- from the highest mountain peak to the deepest ocean trench, in clear, concise terms. Each entry is beautifully illustrated in full color.
This is a perfect introduction to the dramatic and fascinating face of the vast world around us. The author and artist of the best-selling MAPS & GLOBES team up again, this time to prove that geography can indeed be an adventure.
Jack Knowlton was born in Florida. He is a free-lance writer living in New York City and is the author of Geography from A to Z and Maps and Globes, which was featured on Reading Rainbow.
GREAT elementary resource!! Wonderful drawings and descriptions of landforms!Published 1 month ago by P Boxeur
This book is very imformationl and fun for little ones. We used this book for our geography unit for homeschool. It came in handy.Published 3 months ago by Amazonwomen
Excellent resource book! Checked this out from the library for my 5 and 8 yo. So good I had to go on to amazon and buy it! Read morePublished 4 months ago by mlcreature
I did not give it 5 stars because my child is not very interested in this book but it is certainly a wonderful book to add your elementary child's non-fiction collection. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Callie Watts Dollar
Great definitions of geography words and simple pictures to show.Published 7 months ago by Laura Hawkins