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The Horrible Geography of the World


by Anita Ganeri (Author)

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Companion book
Pages: 96
Published: 2007

Geography with the gritty bits left in! Inside you'll find out what happens when a volcano turns nasty whether you'd survive at the frozen poles how a frog can help you get a drink in the desert Hold on tight as you embark on a whistle-stop trip around the globe, taking in everything from the perishing poles to desperate deserts, stormy weather to earth-shattering earthquakes. Crammed full of far-out facts, it's the ultimate Horrible Geography guide to the planet. Geography has never been so horrible!

Note: This book is a special publication, larger-format book in the 'Horrible Geography' series.

Series Summary


Series: Horrible Geography
Tags: science & technology illustrated non fiction humour nature
Series reading level: 7+
Books in series: 19
Should read in order? No
Next release: Finished

 Print series book list

Books in series order
1Odious Oceans  (1999)
2Stormy Weather  (1999)
3Violent Volcanoes  (1999)
4Earth-Shattering Earthquakes  (2000)
5Desperate Deserts  (2000)
6Raging Rivers  (2000)
7Freaky Peaks  (2001)
8Bloomin' Rainforests  (2001)
9Perishing Poles  (2002)
10Wild Islands  (2004)
11Monster Lakes  (2005)
12Cracking Coasts  (2006)
+ Intrepid Explorers  (2003)
+ The Horrible Geography of the World  (2007)
+ Wicked Weather (Handbook)  (2008)
+ Wild Animals (Handbook)  (2008)
+ Planet in Peril (Handbook)  (2009)
+ Vile Volcanoes (Handbook)  (2010)
+ Perilous Poles (Handbook)  (2010)