Geography Pictures for a Living Educations is a brand new picture book series designed 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.
Arranged primarily—but not exclusively—for home educators using the Charlotte Mason philosophy of education, this book is intended to be used alongside the reading of The New World at Home, first written by Mary and Elizabeth Kirby in the nineteenth century. All pictures are related to the narrative of the Form I Geography reader and footnotes are littered throughout the lesson book text to highlight when a particular image is available to be used.
Printed on 120 gsm gloss paper, the physical book is spiral bound for ease of use, and all pictures are clearly labelled.