Middle and South America by Neil Morris, Rob Bowden, Mark Stewart, Bruce McClish


Middle and South America by Neil Morris, Rob Bowden, Mark Stewart, Bruce McClish

Each title looks at a different region of the world, covering topics such as climate, economic development, religious groups, education, health and the political and social status of women.The series combines in-depth information in the form of maps, diagrams and statistics with case studies to make the books a source of geographical information and statistics.It features a range of maps, including landform, political, climate and population, make this a useful resource for enhancing map reading skills. It highlights major issues and challenges facing each region in the years ahead. It includes tables and charts to support the learning of information-retrieval skills.

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64 pages
Interest Age: 11-15 years


Neil Morris, Rob Bowden, Mark Stewart, Bruce McClish
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Publication date

3rd July 2008



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