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A Concise Guide To Weather

Author: Julie Lloyd

Publisher: Parragon (2007)

This comprehensive book covers all areas of the weather, from how clouds are formed to explanations of the more extreme weather conditions as well as some of the optical events associated with the weather. Modern methods of weather forecasting are explained, methods of changing the weather discussed, and predictions about future weather problems analysed. Understanding the weather, tracing its causes and effects, can only enhance our understanding of Earth and Nature, and help us to live in harmony with both.

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A Day In India

Authors: Angela Scott, Jonathon Scott

Part of a series: Collins Big Cat Series Orange Band 6

Publisher: Collins Educational (2010)

Find out all about living in India as we follow Gini on a day in her life in Jaipur. Who's in her family, what does she like to eat and what's her school like? This non-fiction recount, written and beautifully photographed by Jonathan and Angela Scott, answers all these questions and more, telling us all about Gini's life.

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Aqa Gcse Geography B: Student Book

Authors: David Payne, Keith Bartlett, Philip Lamb

Publisher: Nelson Thornes (2009)

AQA GCSE Geography B is the only resource to have been developed with and exclusively endorsed by AQA for the new 2009 specification. With a real focus on tracking individual progress, you can improve your students' chances of exam success through a unique blend of print and online resources.

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Bloomin' Rainforests

Authors: Mike Phillips, Anita Ganeri

Part of a series: Horrible Geography

Publisher: Scholastic (2008)

Freaky Peaks takes the intrepid young explorer on a thrilling tour of the tallest mountains - from Everest to Kilimanjaro - encountering many dangers along the way, including glaciers, yetis, and avalanches. With a brand-new cover design, text updates and an added extra-horrible index, it's geography with even more gritty bits left in!

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Cracking Coasts

Authors: Mike Phillips, Anita Ganeri

Part of a series: Horrible Geography

Publisher: Scholastic (2010)

Geography with the gritty bits left in! Wave goodbye to boring geography lessons as you clamber up some Cracking Coasts... · Marvel! at the ginormous Giant's Causeway. · Scream! as you surf an awesome reef breaker. · Shiver! with fear as you take a trip to the spooky Skeleton Coast. And if that's not cracking enough for yo...visit an eerie lighthouse where the light suddenly went out and go sailing with ... a snail. It's earth-shatteringly exciting! Geography has never been so horrible!

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E-mails Home

Author: Shilo Berry

Part of a series: Oxford Reading Tree Stage 5: Fireflies

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2003)

This book is part of the Oxford Reading Tree Fireflies series which offer a wide range of stimulating non-fiction titles for young children. It includes a variety of topics covering all areas of the curriculum, from science to citizenship. The books have a bright modern page design, and are illustrated with colour photographs.

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Earth Shattering Earthquakes

Authors: Mike Phillips, Anita Ganeri

Part of a series: Horrible Geography

Publisher: Scholastic (2010)

'Does Geography grind you down? Fed up with miserable maps, rotten rock piles and dire diagrams? Wave goodbye to boring geography lessons as you brace yourself for the shocking world of 'Earth-shattering Earthquakes'......

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Geography 1 For Key Stage 3

Authors: RoseMarie Gallagher, Richard Parish, Janet Williamson

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2001)

A rigorous approach to content with a lively presentation and style makes the book interesting, attractive and academically sound. Its features are: step-by-step illustrated explanations make new concepts very clear; the author's light touch will appeal to students and make the course interesting and engaging; very clear explanations will help the full ability range to grasp concepts; and fascinating facts and strange details make the book interesting for all students. Student activities can be answered from the text so give plenty of opportunities for understanding to be tested and for the full ability range to participate.

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Geography 2 For Key Stage 3

Authors: RoseMarie Gallagher, Richard Parish

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2001)

"Geog." is a course specially written for Key Stage 3 of the revised (year 2000) National Curriculum. It combines a rigorous approach to content with a lively presentation and style. For the pupil, the course provides clear, step-by-step illustrated explanations and plenty of questions and activities. For the teacher, both specialist and non-specialist, the course offers effective classroom delivery and reliable support.

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Geography 3 For Key Stage 3

Authors: RoseMarie Gallagher, Richard Parish

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2002)

Geography 3 for Key Stage text book.

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