Best Teen & Young Adult Geography Books

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1. Mark Twain Media Discovering the World of Geography Workbook—Grades 7-8 Political and Physical Geography, Climate and Environment With Maps and Diagrams (128 pgs)

Author: by Myrl Shireman
Published at: Mark Twain Media; Act Csm edition (January 1, 2003)
ISBN: 978-1580372305

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Workbook Features: Ages 12-14, Grades 7-8 128 pages, 8 inches x 10 inches Covers political and physical geography with maps, climate, population, and more Maps, charts, diagrams, and graphs support National Geography Standards Answer key included Interactive Learning: Explore the world with students in grades 7-8 with Mark Twain’s Discovering the World of Geography.

The 128-page book helps students practice geographical skills and learn to interpret and analyze geographical data. What’s Included: This 128-page geography book covers topics including population, political and geographical landscapes, climate, regions of conflict, developed and underdeveloped countries, analyzing geographical data, as well as maps for reference.

Correlated To National Geography Standards: Students build proficiency in geography using standards-based maps, charts, diagrams, and graphs. Students enhance their skills with reading exercises, problem-solving activities, and data-driven practices. How It Works: Students read and learn about each lesson in each unit and apply what they’ve learned to hands-on activities, including fill in the blanks, map activities, charts, graphs, diagrams, as well as assessments.

2. National Geographic Student World Atlas, 5th Edition

Author: by National Geographic Kids
Published at: National Geographic Kids; 5th edition (July 9, 2019)
ISBN: 978-1426334795

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The new fifth edition of National Geographic’s award-winning atlas is more fascinating and fact-filled than ever! It’s the definitive atlas for middle and high-school students to explore and use in the classroom, college prep, and at home. From the cartographic experts at National Geographic comes the latest edition of its award-winning student atlas, with everything kids want and need to know about our changing world.

Dynamic, user-friendly content includes photos, facts, charts, graphics, and full-color political, physical, and thematic maps on important topics. Completely updated maps and statistics ensure that kids have all the latest information as they learn more about current events and become global citizens.

3. World Geography, Middle Grades & Up (Daily Skill Builders)

Author: by Wendi Silvano
Published at: Mark Twain Media; Workbook edition (January 1, 2008)
ISBN: 978-1580374545

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Take your middle grade or high school students on a field trip, without leaving the classroom, using World Geography: Daily Skill Builders! This 96-page book features two short, reproducible activities per page and includes enough lessons for an entire school year.

It covers topics such as location and place, human-environment interaction, different types of maps, map reading, and the regions and countries of the world. Activities become more challenging as students build upon what they have learned. The book is perfect for review and practice and supports NCTM and Common Core State Standards.

4. There are Lots of Places to See in Germany! Geography Book for Children | Children's Travel Books

Author: by Baby Professor
Published at: Baby Professor (December 1, 2017)

ISBN: 978-1541915916

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Studying can be fun, especially if you have age-appropriate materials like this book. The combination of texts and images make this book an easy read. The introduction of geography one country at a time will help increase your child’s understanding of location of places and the cultural as well as physical characteristics of those regions.Grab a copy today!

5. There's a Lot More than Pretty Windmills in Poland! Geography Books for Third Grade | Children's Europe Books

Author: by Baby Professor
Published at: Baby Professor (December 1, 2017)
ISBN: 978-1541915978

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What else can you see in Poland? Read this book to find out! Geography opens your third grader’s eyes to the many adventures the world has to offer. It expands knowledge outside of his/her community. It makes known world diversity in culture and traditions.

So what are you waiting for? Grab a copy of this book today!

6. Map Reading Skills, Grades 5 – 8

Author: by Myrl Shireman
Published at: Mark Twain Media (January 3, 2012)
ISBN: 978-1580376280

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Get your GPS going with students in grades 58 using Map Reading Skills! The activities in this 80-page book provide students with ample opportunities to practice and apply map skills. Map and diagram exercises and hands-on activities reinforce skills. This book includes reproducible maps and a special section on GPS and its uses, and it highlights essential vocabulary in bold.

The book aligns with state, national, and Canadian provincial standards.

7. Geographic Literacy: Maps for Memorization

Author: by Pat Rischar Davis
Published at: J. Weston Walch; Third edition (January 1, 2001)
ISBN: 978-0825142727

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Pairs of reproducible maps – one map labeled, the other map blank – help students learn and remember the locations of countries, capitals, and important physical features. Lessons are organized into 11 regions, namely Canada, the U.S., and Greenland; Latin America; Western Europe; Eastern Europe; Northern Eurasia; Southwest Asia; Africa; South Asia; Central and East Asia; Southeast Asia; and Australia and Oceania.

Each regional unit includes labeled physical and political maps, blank physical and political maps, a word list of features/countries, and a map test with answer key.Grades 5-12.JWW789.

8. Geography Alive: Regions and People

Author: by Diane Hart
Published at: Teachers Curriculum Inst (February 28, 2006)
ISBN: 978-1583714270

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Created in partnership with scholars from the National Council for Geographic Education, Geography Alive! Regions and People creatively challenges students to use the tools of geography to view, analyze, and understand the world around them.

9. The Wonderful Adventures of Nils

Author: by Selma Lagerlof
Published at: SMK Books (March 26, 2009)
ISBN: 978-1604596243

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Nils is a young lad who likes nothing more than eating and sleeping. He is also a very mean little boy who likes to torment animals. One day he catches a tomte who turns Nils into a tomte, which leaves him shrunken and able to talk with animals, who are thrilled to see the boy reduced to their size and are angry and hungry for revenge.

10. What Will I See In Brazil? Geography for Kids | Children's Explore the World Books

Author: by Baby Professor
Published at: Baby Professor (September 15, 2017)
ISBN: 978-1541915794

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Pack your imaginary bags and let’s go to Brazil! There are many things to see in Brazil, and this book will showcase some of the most popular. Just think of reading a low-cost, no-passport required means to explore the world.

Learn about geography while having fun. Get a copy of this book today!

12. Cambridge IGCSE® and O Level Geography Revision Guide (Cambridge International IGCSE)

Author: by David Davies
Published at: Cambridge University Press; 2nd edition (April 19, 2018)
ISBN: 978-1108440325

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Cambridge IGCSE and O Level Geography has been written specifically for Cambridge International syllabuses 0460 and 2217. From tourism in Kenya to the summit of an active volcano in Japan, this revision guide helps students understand the processes that affect physical and human environments on a local, regional and global scale.

The narrative style of the revision guide, with detailed explanations, complements the range of activities in the coursebook and reinforces understanding. Exam-style questions, international case studies and example maps give students practice with course content and skills in preparation for assessment.

Sample answers to all the questions are in the back of the book.

13. Collins Primary Geography Pupil Book 6

Author: by Colin Bridge
Published at: HarperCollins UK; Student, Reprint edition (July 1, 2014)
ISBN: 978-0007563623

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Collins Primary Geography has been developed to provide full coverage of curriculum requirements for geography in the primary school. The four Key stage 2 primary geography books provide a progressive, skills-based scheme for the junior years. Each book is divided into units covering physical, human, and environmental geography.

There are also case studies of contrasting localities in the UK, Europe, Asia, and the wider world. The pupil books use an extensive range of evidence to stimulate the children’s interest and encourage investigative skillsphotographs, maps, satellite images, artwork, charts, and diagrams.

Each pupil book has an accompanying teacher’s guide which contains copymasters.