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Where Is the Great Barrier Reef

by Nico Medina & John Hinderliter

In this Where Is? title, kids can explore the Great Barrier Reef—big enough to be seen from space but made up of billions of tiny living organisms.

The Great Barrier Reef, off the coast of Australia, is the...

Human Migration: Investigate the Global Journey of Humankind

by Judy Dodge Cummings & Tom Casteel

About 200,000 years ago, humans arose as a species on the continent of Africa. How did they get to the rest of the world? When did they leave, why, and what did they use for transportation? Whether by bamboo...

The Naked Shore

by Tom Blass

Saturnine and quick-tempered, the formidable North Sea is often overlooked Â? even by those living within a stone's throw of its steel-grey waters. But as playground, theatre of war and cultural crossing-point,...

Wonders of the World: Mother Nature at Work: Nature Books for Kids

by Baby Professor

Mother Nature is definitely a wonderful provider! She gives us not only the things we need but also the things we'd love to see. This educational book is a collection of all best natural wonders of the world....

Where Is Niagara Falls?

by Megan Stine

While traveling through Canada in 1678, a French priest came across the most gigantic waterfalls he'd ever seen. Stricken with both awe and fear, he began to shake, fell to his knees, and prayed. Ever since,...

The Lost Island

by Alfred van Cleef & S. J. Leinbach

A striking narrative of a man's inadvertent discovery of the life force that persists in the most secluded of places--and isolated of beings

After the death of his father, Alfred Van Cleef--the last of a family...

MICRONATIONS: Invent Your Own Country and Culture with 25 Projects

by Kathy Ceceri & Chad Thompson

For anyone who's ever dreamed of ruling over their own empire, here's your chance! Micronations are imaginary countries that have a lot of the same things as real ones: laws, customs, history, and their own...

Ecology of Fear

by Mike Davis

Los Angeles has become a magnet for the American apocalyptic imagination. Riot, fire, flood, earthquake...only locusts are missing from the almost biblical list of disasters that have struck the city in the...

Mapping and Navigation: Explore the History and Science of Finding Your Way with 20 Projects

by Cynthia Light Brown, Patrick McGinty & Beth Hetland

How did we get from 20-foot-long maps to GPS devices small enough to fit in the palm of our hands? How does GPS work and what can it tell us? How do ancient mapmaking techniques used by the Romans and Greeks...

A History of the World in 12 Maps

by Jerry Brotton

A New York Times Bestseller


“Maps allow the armchair traveler to roam the world, the diplomat to argue his points, the ruler to administer his country, the warrior to plan his campaigns and the propagandist...

Don't Know Much About Geography

by Kenneth C. Davis

Don't Know Much About Geography by New York Times bestselling author Kenneth C. Davis is a fascinating and fun exploration of our planet.


Geography is the hub from which other disciplines radiate: meteorology,...

Contentious Geographies: Environmental Knowledge, Meaning, Scale

by Dr Kyle T Evered, Dr Maxwell T Boykoff, Professor Michael K Goodman & Professor Adrian McDonald

The human-environment relationship - intimately intertwined and often contentious - is one of the most pressing concerns of the 21st century. Explored through an array of critical approaches, this book brings...

Seymour Simon's Extreme Earth Records

by Seymour Simon

Imagine exploring the most extreme parts of our amazing planet—trekking though the driest desert, climbing the snowiest mountaintops, and diving to the deepest regions of the ocean floor. Seymour Simon, the...

The Great Bear Sea: Exploring the Marine Life of a Pacific Paradise

by Ian McAllister & Nicholas Read

Explore the relationship between the Great Bear Sea and the rainforest it nourishes.