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“What are the best books about Geography?” We looked at 160 of the top Geography books, aggregating and ranking them so we could answer that very question!

The top 18 titles, all appearing on 2 or more “Best Geography” book lists, are ranked below by how many lists they appear on. The remaining 125+ titles, as well as the lists we used, are in alphabetical order at the bottom of the page.

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Top 18 Geography Books



18 .) 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus by Charles C. Mann

1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before ColumbusLists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • The Book Depository

A groundbreaking study that radically alters our understanding of the Americas before the arrival of the Europeans in 1492. Traditionally, Americans learned in school that the ancestors of the people who inhabited the Western Hemisphere at the time of Columbus’s landing had crossed the Bering Strait twelve thousand years ago; existed mainly in small, nomadic bands; and lived so lightly on the land that the Americas was, for all practical purposes, still a vast wilderness. But as Charles C. Mann now makes clear, archaeologists and anthropologists have spent the last thirty years proving these and many other long-held assumptions wrong. In a book that startles and persuades, Mann reveals how a new generation of researchers equipped with novel scientific techniques came to previously unheard-of conclusions. Among them: In 1491 there were probably more people living in the Americas than in Europe. Certain cities–such as Tenochtitlán, the Aztec capital–were far greater in population than any contemporary European city. Furthermore, Tenochtitlán, unlike any capital in Europe at that time, had running water, beautiful botanical gardens, and immaculately clean streets. The earliest cities in the Western Hemisphere were thriving before the Egyptians built the great pyramids.

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17 .) Children Just Like Me by Barnabas Kindersley

Children Just Like MeLists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • The School Run

Children Just Like Me: A Unique Celebration of Children Around the World

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16 .) How Did We Get into This Mess?

How Did We Get into This Mess?Lists It Appears On:

  • The Book Depository
  • The Book Depository

Leading political and environmental commentator on where we have gone wrong, and what to do about it “Without countervailing voices, naming and challenging power, political freedom withers and dies. Without countervailing voices, a better world can never materialise. Without countervailing voices, wells will still be dug and bridges will still be built, but only for the few. Food will still be grown, but it will not reach the mouths of the poor. New medicines will be developed, but they will be inaccessible to many of those in need.” George Monbiot is one of the most vocal, and eloquent, critics of the current consensus. How Did We Get into This Mess?, based on his powerful journalism, assesses the state we are now in: the devastation of the natural world, the crisis of inequality, the corporate takeover of nature, our obsessions with growth and profit and the decline of the political debate over what to do. While his diagnosis of the problems in front of us is clear-sighted and reasonable, he also develops solutions to challenge the politics of fear.

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15 .) If the World Were a Village: A Book about the World’s People by David J. Smith

If the World Were a Village: A Book about the World's PeopleLists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • The School Run

First published to wide acclaim in 2002, this eye-opening book has since become a classic, promoting “world-mindedness” by imagining the world’s population — all 6.8 billion of us — as a village of just 100 people. Now, If the World Were a Village has been newly revised with updated statistics, several new activities and completely new material on food security, energy and health. By exploring the lives of the 100 villagers, children will discover that life in other nations is often very different from their own. If the World Were a Village is part of CitizenKid: A collection of books that inform children about the world and inspire them to be better global citizens.

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14 .) Maphead: Charting the Wide, Weird World of Geography Wonks by Ken Jennings

Maphead: Charting the Wide, Weird World of Geography WonksLists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • Signature Reads

Maphead: Charting the Wide, Weird World of Geography Wonks is Ken’s followup to his 2005 best-seller Brainiac. Much as Brainiac offered a behind-the-scenes look at the little-known demimonde of competitive trivia buffs, Maphead finally gives equal time to that other downtrodden underclass: America’s map nerds. In a world where geography only makes the headlines when college students are (endlessly) discovered to be bad at it, these hardy souls somehow thrive. Some crisscross the map working an endless geographic checklist: visiting all 3,143 U.S. counties, for example, or all 936 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Some pore over million-dollar collections of the rarest maps of the past; others embrace the future by hunting real-world cartographic treasures like “geocaches” or “degree confluences” with GPS device in hand. Some even draw thousands of their own imaginary maps, lovingly detailing worlds that never were. Ken Jennings was a map nerd from a young age himself, you will not be surprised to learn, even sleeping with a bulky Hammond atlas at the side of his pillow, in lieu of the traditional Teddy bear. As he travels the nation meeting others of his tribe–map librarians, publishers, “roadgeeks,” pint-sized National Geographic Bee prodigies, the computer geniuses behind Google Maps and other geo-technologies–he comes to admire these geographic obsessives. Now that technology and geographic illiteracy are increasingly insulating us from the lay of the land around us, we are going to be needing these people more than ever. Mapheads are the ones who always know exactly where they are–and where everything else is as well.

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13 .) Paddle-to-the-Sea by Holling Clancy Holling

Paddle-to-the-SeaLists It Appears On:

  • Dig Books
  • Goodreads

A young Indian boy carves a little canoe with a figure inside and names him Paddle-to-the-Sea. Paddle’s journey, in text and pictures, through the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean provides an excellent geographic and historical picture of the region.

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12 .) Physical Geography by Savindra Singh

Lists It Appears On:

  • iaskracker
  • Learn 4 Good

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11 .) The Geography of Bliss: One Grump’s Search for the Happiest Places in the World by Eric Weiner

The Geography of Bliss: One Grump's Search for the Happiest Places in the WorldLists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • Signature Reads

Weiner spent a decade as a foreign correspondent reporting from such discontented locales as Iraq, Afghanistan, and Indonesia. Unhappy people living in profoundly unstable states, he notes, inspire pathos and make for good copy, but not for good karma. So Weiner, admitted grump and self-help book aficionado, undertook a year’s research to travel the globe, looking for the “unheralded happy places.” The result is this book, equal parts laugh-out-loud funny and philosophical, a journey into both the definition of and the destination for true contentment. Apparently, the happiest places on earth include, somewhat unexpectedly, Iceland, Bhutan, and India. Weiner also visits the country deemed most malcontent, Moldova, and finds real merit in the claim. But the question remains: What makes people happy? Is it the freedom of the West or the myriad restrictions of Singapore? The simple ashrams of India or the glittering shopping malls of Qatar? From the youthful drunkenness of Iceland to the despond of Slough, a sad but resilient town in Heathrow’s flight path, Weiner offers wry yet profound observations about the way people relate to circumstance and fate.

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10 .) The Geography of Thought

The Geography of ThoughtLists It Appears On:

  • Dig Books
  • Signature Reads

Everyone knows that while different cultures think about the world differently, they use the same equipment for doing their thinking. But what if everyone is wrong? The Geography of Thought documents Richard Nisbett’s groundbreaking international research in cultural psychology and shows that people actually think about—and even see—the world differently because of differing ecologies, social structures, philosophies, and educational systems that date back to ancient Greece and China. As a result, East Asian thought is “holistic”—drawn to the perceptual field as a whole and to relations among objects and events within that field. By contrast, Westerners focus on salient objects or people, use attributes to assign them to categories, and apply rules of formal logic to understand their behavior. From feng shui to metaphysics, from comparative linguistics to economic history, a gulf separates the children of Aristotle from the descendants of Confucius. At a moment in history when the need for cross-cultural understanding and collaboration have never been more important, The Geography of Thought offers both a map to that gulf and a blueprint for a bridge that will span it.

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9 .) The Travel Book: Mind-Blowing Stuff on Every Country in the World

The Travel Book: Mind-Blowing Stuff on Every Country in the WorldLists It Appears On:

  • Comparaboo
  • The School Run

Take a world tour through 200 countries with this brand new edition of the bestselling kids’ version of Lonely Planet’s popular The Travel Book, loaded with thousands of amazing facts on wildlife, how people live, sports, hideous and mouthwatering food, festivals and a wide range of other quirky insights on every page. Every single country gets its own dedicated page, and a mix of photography and beautiful illustrations brings each land to life. Perfect for keeping explorers aged 8 years and up entertained on the road. Authors: Lonely Planet Kids About Lonely Planet Kids: From the world’s leading travel publisher comes Lonely Planet Kids, a children’s imprint that brings the world to life for young explorers everywhere. We’re kick-starting the travel bug and showing kids just how amazing our planet is. Our mission is to inspire and delight curious kids, showing them the rich diversity of people, places and cultures that surrounds us. We pledge to share our enthusiasm and continual fascination for what it is that makes the world we live in the magnificent place it is.

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8 .) Tree in the Trail by Holling Clancy Holling

Tree in the TrailLists It Appears On:

  • Dig Books
  • Goodreads

The history of the Great Plains and the Santa Fe Trail is told in text and pictures by focusing on a cottonwood tree and the events that happen around it.

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7 .) You Are Here: Personal Geographies and Other Maps of the Imagination by Katharine Harmon

You Are Here: Personal Geographies and Other Maps of the ImaginationLists It Appears On:

  • Geo Lounge
  • Goodreads

Mapmaking fulfills one of our most ancient and deepseated desires: understanding the world around us and our place in it. But maps need not just show continents and oceans: there are maps to heaven and hell; to happiness and despair; maps of moods, matrimony, and mythological places. There are maps to popular culture, from Gulliver’s Island to Gilligan’s Island. There are speculative maps of the world before it was known, and maps to secret places known only to the mapmaker. Artists’ maps show another kind of uncharted realm: the imagination. What all these maps have in common is their creators’ willingness to venture beyond the boundaries of geography or convention. You Are Here is a wide-ranging collection of such superbly inventive maps. These are charts of places you’re not expected to find, but a voyage you take in your mind: an exploration of the ideal country estate from a dog’s perspective; a guide to buried treasure on Skeleton Island; a trip down the road to success; or the world as imagined by an inmate of a mental institution. With over 100 maps from artists, cartographers, and explorers, You are Here gives the reader a breath-taking view of worlds, both real and imaginary.

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6 .) Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies by Jared Diamond

Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human SocietiesLists It Appears On:

  • Dig Books
  • Goodreads
  • Signature Reads

“Diamond has written a book of remarkable scope … one of the most important and readable works on the human past published in recent years.” Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and a national bestseller: the global account of the rise of civilization that is also a stunning refutation of ideas of human development based on race. In this “artful, informative, and delightful” (William H. McNeill, New York Review of Books) book, Jared Diamond convincingly argues that geographical and environmental factors shaped the modern world. Societies that had a head start in food production advanced beyond the hunter-gatherer stage, and then developed writing, technology, government, and organized religion—as well as nasty germs and potent weapons of war—and adventured on sea and land to conquer and decimate preliterate cultures.

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5 .) How to Lie with Maps by Mark Monmonier

How to Lie with MapsLists It Appears On:

  • Dig Books
  • Geo Lounge
  • Goodreads

Originally published to wide acclaim, this lively, cleverly illustrated essay on the use and abuse of maps teaches us how to evaluate maps critically and promotes a healthy skepticism about these easy-to-manipulate models of reality. Monmonier shows that, despite their immense value, maps lie. In fact, they must. The second edition is updated with the addition of two new chapters, 10 color plates, and a new foreword by renowned geographer H. J. de Blij. One new chapter examines the role of national interest and cultural values in national mapping organizations, including the United States Geological Survey, while the other explores the new breed of multimedia, computer-based maps. To show how maps distort, Monmonier introduces basic principles of mapmaking, gives entertaining examples of the misuse of maps in situations from zoning disputes to census reports, and covers all the typical kinds of distortions from deliberate oversimplifications to the misleading use of color. “Professor Monmonier himself knows how to gain our attention; it is not in fact the lies in maps but their truth, if always approximate and incomplete, that he wants us to admire and use, even to draw for ourselves on the facile screen.

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4 .) Maps by Aleksandra Mizielinska

MapsLists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • Intentional Home Schooling
  • My Little Poppies

Travel the world without leaving your living room. Much more than an ordinary atlas, this book of maps is a visual feast for readers of all ages, with lavishly drawn illustrations from the incomparable Mizielinskis. It features not only borders, cities, rivers, and peaks, but also places of historical and cultural interest, eminent personalities, iconic animals and plants, cultural events, and many more fascinating facts associated with every region of our planet.

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3 .) The Geography of Genius: A Search for the World’s Most Creative Places from Ancient Athens to Silicon Valley by Eric Weiner

The Geography of Genius: A Search for the World's Most Creative Places from Ancient Athens to Silicon ValleyLists It Appears On:

  • Geo Lounge
  • Goodreads
  • Signature Reads

New York Times Bestseller Travel the world with Eric Weiner, the New York Times bestselling author of The Geography of Bliss, as he journeys from Athens to Silicon Valley—and throughout history, too—to show how creative genius flourishes in specific places at specific times. In The Geography of Genius, acclaimed travel writer Weiner sets out to examine the connection between our surroundings and our most innovative ideas. He explores the history of places, like Vienna of 1900, Renaissance Florence, ancient Athens, Song Dynasty Hangzhou, and Silicon Valley, to show how certain urban settings are conducive to ingenuity. And, with his trademark insightful humor, he walks the same paths as the geniuses who flourished in these settings to see if the spirit of what inspired figures like Socrates, Michelangelo, and Leonardo remains. In these places, Weiner asks, “What was in the air, and can we bottle it?”

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2 .) The Revenge Of Geography: What the Map Tells Us About Coming Conflicts and the Battle Against Fate by Robert D. Kaplan

The Revenge Of Geography: What the Map Tells Us About Coming Conflicts and the Battle Against FateLists It Appears On:

  • Dig Books
  • Goodreads
  • Signature Reads

In The Revenge of Geography, Kaplan builds on the insights, discoveries, and theories of great geographers and geopolitical thinkers of the near and distant past to look back at critical pivots in history and then to look forward at the evolving global scene. Kaplan traces the history of the world’s hot spots by examining their climates, topographies, and proximities to other embattled lands. The Russian steppe’s pitiless climate and limited vegetation bred hard and cruel men bent on destruction, for example, while Nazi geopoliticians distorted geopolitics entirely, calculating that space on the globe used by the British Empire and the Soviet Union could be swallowed by a greater German homeland.

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1 .) Prisoners of Geography by Tim Marshall

Prisoners of GeographyLists It Appears On:

  • Dig Books
  • Geo Lounge
  • Goodreads
  • Signature Reads

All leaders are constrained by geography. Their choices are limited by mountains, rivers, seas and concrete. Yes, to follow world events you need to understand people, ideas and movements – but if you don’t know geography, you’ll never have the full picture. If you’ve ever wondered why Putin is so obsessed with Crimea, why the USA was destined to become a global superpower, or why China’s power base continues to expand ever outwards, the answers are all here. In ten chapters (covering Russia; China; the USA; Latin America; the Middle East; Africa; India and Pakistan; Europe; Japan and Korea; and the Arctic), using maps, essays and occasionally the personal experiences of the widely travelled author, Prisoners of Geography looks at the past, present and future to offer an essential insight into one of the major factors that determines world history.

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The 125+ Additional Best Books About Geography



 

#BooksAuthorsLists
(Books Appear On 1 List Each)
19
A Dictionary of Geology and Earth Sciences
The Book Depository
20A History of the World in 12 MapsJerry BrottonGoodreads
21A School Like MineThe School Run
22A Zoo in My Luggage
The Book Depository
23Adventures Around the GlobeThe School Run
24Amelia’s Maze AdventureThe School Run
25American NationsSignature Reads
26Animal Architecture
The Book Depository
27Approaches to Human Geography
Eternal Exploration
28Atlantic: Great Sea Battles, Heroic Discoveries, Titanic Storms & a Vast Ocean of a Million StoriesSimon WinchesterGoodreads
29Atlas Obscura: An Explorer’s Guide to the World’s Hidden WondersJoshua FoerGoodreads
30Atlas of Adventures
Intentional Home Schooling
31Atlas of Design (3rd Edition)Geo Lounge
32Atlas of everythingThe School Run
33
Atlas of Improbable Places: A Journey to the world’s most unusual corners
Geo Lounge
34Atlas of Remote IslandsJudith SchalanskyGoodreads
35Barron’s AP Human GeographyComparaboo
36Big Picture Atlas:
Home School Hideout
37Blowfish’s Oceanopedia
The Book Depository
38Blue Mind
The Book Depository
39Certificate Physical and Human GeographyGoh Cheng Leongiaskracker
40Children’s Animal AtlasThe School Run
41Children’s Picture Atlas:
Home School Hideout
42Cities of the World-
Home School Hideout
43
City Atlas: Travel the World with 30 City Maps
Intentional Home Schooling
44Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or SucceedJared DiamondGoodreads
45
Conducting Research in Human Geography: Theory, Methodology and Practice
Eternal Exploration
46ConnectographySignature Reads
47
Cracking the AP Human Geography Exam
Comparaboo
48Creating a Forest Garden
The Book Depository
49Daily Geography Practice: Grade 6Comparaboo
50Desert Solitaire
The Book Depository
51Dinosaurs
The Book Depository
52Discovery AtlasThe School Run
53Don’t Know Much About Geography: Everything You Need to Know About the World but Never LearnedKenneth C. DavisGoodreads
54Earning the RockiesSignature Reads
55Elementary GeographyCharlotte M. MasonGoodreads
56Essentials of Physical GeographyLearn 4 Good
57
Essentials of World Regional Geography
Learn 4 Good
58Evolution of Geographical ThoughtDig Books
59First Sticker Book Cities of the WorldThe School Run
60
Flags Around the World Coloring Book: JUMBO Educational Geography Coloring Activity Book
Comparaboo
61Flags Sticker Books:
Home School Hideout
62Flatland
The Book Depository
63Follow That Map!The School Run
64From Pie Town to Yum Yum:
Home School Hideout
65
Geographies of Globalization: A Critical Introduction
Eternal Exploration
66Geography a children’s encyclopediaThe School Run
67Geography Coloring BookComparaboo
68Geography Encyclopedia:
Home School Hideout
69Geography from A to Z: A Picture GlossaryJack KnowltonGoodreads
70Geography of IndiaMajid Hussainiaskracker
71Geography of PopulationRC Chandnaiaskracker
72Geography of the WorldComparaboo
73Geography: A Visual EncyclopediaComparaboo
74
Global Shift: Mapping the Changing Contours of the World Economy
Eternal Exploration
75
Great Maps: The World’s Masterpieces Explored and Explained
Geo Lounge
76Hello WorldThe School Run
77
Horrible Geography Collection 12 Books Box Gift Set
Comparaboo
78How I Learned GeographyUri ShulevitzGoodreads
79How the States Got Their ShapesMark SteinGoodreads
80
How to do your dissertation in Geography and Related Disciplines
Eternal Exploration
81How to Make an Apple Pie and See the WorldMarjorie PricemanGoodreads
82Human GeographyMajid Hussainiaskracker
83Hungry PlanetPeter MenzelGoodreads
84If You Lived Here: Houses of the WorldGiles LarocheGoodreads
85In the Jungle
The Book Depository
86Jungle
The Book Depository
87Key Concepts in Geography
Eternal Exploration
88Key Thinkers on Space and Place
Eternal Exploration
89Kon-TikiThor HeyerdahlGoodreads
90Life on Earth
The Book Depository
91Lift the Flaps Picture Atlas:
Home School Hideout
92Little Kids First Big Book of the WorldThe School Run
93Longitude: The True Story of a Lone Genius Who Solved the Greatest Scientific Problem of His TimeDava SobelGoodreads
94Look Inside Our WorldThe School Run
95Mapping Penny’s WorldLoreen LeedyGoodreads
96Maps Activity BookAleksandra Mizielinska and Daniel MizielinskiMy Little Poppies
97Maps and GlobesJack KnowltonGoodreads
98Material World: A Global Family PortraitPeter MenzelGoodreads
99Me on the MapJoan SweeneyGoodreads
100Minn of the MississippiHolling Clancy HollingGoodreads
101My Big WorldThe School Run
102My Pop-Up World AtlasAnita Ganeri and Stephen WaterhouseMy Little Poppies
103Names on the LandSignature Reads
104
National Geographic Atlas Of The World
Learn 4 Good
105Native Plants of the Sydney Region
The Book Depository
106Natural Wonders:
Home School Hideout
107
Not For Parents: How to be a World Explorer
Intentional Home Schooling
108On the Map: A Mind-Expanding Exploration of the Way the World LooksSimon GarfieldGoodreads
109Overview
The Book Depository
110Oxford Student Atlasiaskracker
111Pirate Treasure Map: A Fairytale AdventureColin and Jacqui HawkinsMy Little Poppies
112Planet of SlumsMike DavisGoodreads
113
Population : An Introduction to Concepts and Issues
Learn 4 Good
114Position Doubtful
The Book Depository
115Postmodern Geographies: The Reassertion of Space in Critical Social TheoryEdward W. SojaGoodreads
116
Qualitative Research Methods in Human Geography
Eternal Exploration
117Rebel Cities: From the Right to the City to the Urban RevolutionDavid HarveyGoodreads
118SeabirdHolling Clancy HollingGoodreads
119See Inside Great Cities:
Home School Hideout
120
Seven Amazing Continents – Travel Dreams Geography – The Thinking Tree: World Geography
Comparaboo
121Shinrin-Yoku
The Book Depository
122Smithsonian Handbooks: Shells
The Book Depository
123Somewhere in the World Right NowStacey SchuettGoodreads
124Space And Place: The Perspective of ExperienceYi-Fu TuanGoodreads
125
Sticker Atlas of Britain and Northern Ireland
The School Run
126
Sticker Dolly Dressing: Around the World:
Home School Hideout
127Sticker Picture Atlas of the WorldThe School Run
128The Cloud Collector’s Handbook
The Book Depository
129The Cloudspotter’s Guide
The Book Depository
130
The Cultural Landscape: An introduction to Human Geography
Dig Books
131The Death and Life of Great American CitiesJane JacobsGoodreads
132The Dictionary of Human Geography
Eternal Exploration
133The Discovery of France: A Historical Geography from the Revolution to the First World WarGraham RobbGoodreads
134
The Elements Of Landscape Oil Painting
The Book Depository
135The Forest Unseen
The Book Depository
136The Geography of Nowhere: The Rise and Decline of America’s Man-Made LandscapeJames Howard KunstlerGoodreads
137The Ghost Map: The Story of London’s Most Terrifying Epidemic – and How It Changed Science, Cities, and the Modern WorldSteven JohnsonGoodreads
138The Hidden Life of Trees
The Book Depository
139
The Lonely Planet Kids Amazing World Atlas: Bringing the World to Life
Intentional Home Schooling
140The Lost City of Z: A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the AmazonDavid GrannGoodreads
141The Map That Changed the WorldSimon WinchesterGoodreads
142The Once Upon a Time Map Book: Take a Tour of Six Enchanted LandsB. G. HennessyMy Little Poppies
143The Power of PlaceSignature Reads
144The Real Wonders of the WorldThe School Run
145The Scary Places Map Book: Seven Terrifying ToursB. G. HennessyMy Little Poppies
146The Scrambled States of AmericaLaurie KellerGoodreads
147The Solace of Fierce Landscapes
The Book Depository
148
The Water Will Come: Rising Seas, Sinking Cities, and the Remaking of the Civilized World
The Book Depository
149This is how we do itThe School Run
150This Is the World: A Global Treasury
Intentional Home Schooling
151Unruly PlacesSignature Reads
152Utterly Amazing EarthThe School Run
153Walking
The Book Depository
154What’s Where in the WorldThe School Run
155Why Geography Matters More Than EverH.J. de BlijGoodreads
156Why Geography Matters: Three Challenges Facing America: Climate Change, the Rise of China, and Global TerrorismH.J. de BlijGoodreads
157Wildwood
The Book Depository
158World Geography People and PlacesDig Books
159You Rule!The School Run
160Your Guide to Forest Bathing
The Book Depository


13 Best Geography Book Sources/Lists



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Comparaboo Best Geography Books 2018 – Top 10 Geography Books Reviews …
Dig Books Top 10 Books on Geography – Best Book Recommendations, Best …
Eternal Exploration Top 10 Books for Studying Undergraduate Human Geography …
Geo Lounge 7 Geography Books to Add to Your Bookshelf – GeoLounge: All Things …
Goodreads Popular Geography Books – Goodreads
Home School Hideout 10 Usborne Geography Books for Homeschoolers – Homeschool …
iaskracker Recommended Geography Books for IAS Exam – IAS Kracker
Intentional Home Schooling 6 Beautiful Maps, Books and Atlases to Get Kids Interested in Geography
Learn 4 Good Geography Books for College,University Students Book,Academic …
My Little Poppies 6 Books for Teaching Map Skills | My Little Poppies
Signature Reads 13 Books on the Influence of Geography in Our Everyday Lives
The Book Depository Physical Geography & Topography Books | Book Depository
The School Run Geography books for kids | Geography books for children …

 

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