Little Folk in Modern Lands (Geography Pictures for a Living Education)

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Featuring over sixty photographs and illustrations, ranging from the breathtaking landscape of the Swiss Alps, to the beauty of a Japanese garden, to the historic backdrop of ‘Father Rhine’ in Germany, to the fascinating lifestyle of the Monks in Tibet, and to the incredible design of an Egyptian pyramid, Geography Pictures for a Living Educations: Little Folk in Modern Lands is intended to be used alongside the reading of Little Folk in Modern Lands, a revised and updated edition of Little Folk in Many Lands, first written by Hugh Laurence in the early twentieth century.

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Little Folk in Modern Lands (Geography Pictures for a Living Education) – Digital version
$24.49
Little Folk in Modern Lands (Geography Pictures for a Living Education) – Print version
$34.99

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Description

Please note a special bundle including Little Folk in Modern Lands and its picture-book companion, Geography Pictures for a Living Education, is available at a reduced price here.

Geography Pictures for a Living Education: Little Folk in Modern Lands is a visual companion to Little Folk in Modern Lands, a first year geography reader for children in Form I (ages 6-8). All pictures are related to the narrative of this Form I Geography reader and footnotes are littered throughout the lesson book text to highlight when a particular image is available to enhance the lesson.

Printed in England on 200 gsm gloss paper, the physical book is spiral bound for ease of use, and all pictures are clearly labelled.

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Geography Pictures for a Living Education is a delightful picture book series which aims to enhance and bring to life the wonder and beauty of the world we live in. For students and young people learning about the uniqueness of God’s creation; the animals, birds, and plants; the people and their work and industries; the nations and the fruit of their soil; these books will engage the mind and ignite the imagination, bringing the narrative of their travel tales and geographical readers to life.

 

Additional information

Book Type

Digital version, Print version

Format

PDF, Spiral Bound

Page count

74 pages

Print product size

A4 Landscape (11.69 x 8.27 in. / 29.7 x 21 cm)

Paper

200 gsm gloss

First published

May 2022

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