This interesting book showcases the Western region of the United States. Beautiful photographs highlight the history, culture, climate, and industries of the regions eleven states, which include fishing, cattle ranching, and technology.
This book takes readers on a journey across the twelve states that make up the Midwest, the largest region of the United States. Learn about the regions natural resources, such as coal and iron ore and explore major cities, including Chicago, St. Louis, and Detroit.
The eleven states that make up the Northeast region of the United States are rich in history, culture, and natural resources. Read about the regions diverse industries, including fishing, forestry and logging, and even education-some of the nation's finest schools are here, including Harvard, Yale, Brown, and Princeton.
Part of the Sun Belt, the Southeast region of the United States is made up of twelve states, including Florida, Mississippi, and Virginia. Readers will learn about the regions culture, climate, history, and landforms.
Young readers will be fascinated to learn about how mountains are created and change. Through breathtaking photographs, they will wonder at Earths majestic mountains and meet some of the people and animals that live in the often-harsh environment so high above the ground.
This engaging book highlights the Rhine River, a major transportation route in Western Europe. Fairytale castles and picturesque vineyards provide scenic stretches between Basel, Strasbourg, Cologne, and Rotterdam. Cooperation by Switzerland, France, Germany, and the Netherlands has helped restore the rivers health.
This informative book follows the St. Lawrence River, once a main route of the fur and timber trades. This important commercial waterway forms part of the boundary between Canada and the United States and connects the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean. Today, a system of canals, dams, and locks lets seagoing ships travel all the way to Lake Superior.