How Places Change - Going Places (Paperback)Barbara Taylor (author)
Paperback 32 Pages / Published: 30/08/2002
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An attractive series of geography books that explores the relationship between people and their environment. Each book starts with a child's local, familiar surroundings before looking at the way people live in other parts of the world. Colourful photographs and cheerful illustrations complement the text, which investigates themes such as environmental change, sustainable development and population and planning. As well as being informative, the books encourage children to think and enquire about issues for themselves, with thought-provoking questions and practical activities to try out. The books are ideal starting points for further investigation. Tasks are set within the framework of the book and extension projects are suggested. This book uses the school as a starting point to get children thinking about how changes in the physical landscape affect them. It focuses on issues such as transport, farming and the supply of goods and services to investigate the reasons for and effect of natural and manmade change.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 122 g
Dimensions: 250 x 203 mm
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