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Books with title Europe

  • Europe

    Rebecca Hirsch

    Paperback (Children's Press, Sept. 7, 2012)
    An introduction to the geography and people of Europe.Rookie Read-About: Continents series gives the youngest reader (Ages 3-6) an introduction to the components that make each continent distinctive and exceptional. Readers will get to know each continents' geography, history, and wildlife.
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  • Europe

    Evan Moor

    Paperback (Evan Moor Educational Publishers, Jan. 1, 2011)
    Develop geography literacy while learning about the unique characteristics of Europe!The 7 Continents: Europe helps students learn about Europe through engaging reading and writing activities.Five geography units cover the following standards-based topics:Section 1: Europe in the WorldIntroduces students to the location of Europe in the world.-Europe's Relative Location-Europe's Hemispheres-Europe's Absolute Location-Using a Projection MapSection 2: Political Divisions of EuropeIntroduces students to the four regions and 44 countries of Europe.-Political Divisions of Europe-Population of Europe-Countries of Europe-Largest Countries by Area-Largest Countries by Population-Western Europe-Eastern Europe-Southern Europe-Northern Europe-Capital Cities of Europe-Communism in Europe-European UnionSection 3: Physical Features of EuropeStudents learn about the landforms and bodies of water of Europe.-Europe's Landscape-European Peninsulas-European Islands-Mountains of Europe-Volcanoes of Europe-Europe's Forests-Northern Tundra-Europe's Bodies of Water-Seas of Europe-Rhine River-Norway's FjordsSection 4: Valuable Resources of EuropeStudents learn about the various natural resources of Europe.-Oil Production in Europe-Fishing in Europe-Grains and Potatoes-Olives-Wine Production-Livestock-Europe's Forests-Wildlife of EuropeSection 5: European CultureIntroduces students to the architecture, arts, beliefs, and traditions of Europe.-Tourist Attractions-Fine Art-Music-Languages-Religions-European Cuisine-CelebrationsThis resource contains teacher support pages, reproducible student pages, and an answer key.
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  • Europe

    Joana Costa Knufinke

    Paperback (Children's Press, Feb. 1, 2019)
    An introduction to the geography and people of Europe.A True Book: The Seven Continents series dives into the many components that make each continent distinctive and exceptional. Readers will get to know each continents' geography, history, wildlife and future outlook. This series includes an age appropriate (grades 3-5) introduction to curriculum-relevant subjects and a robust resource section that encourages independent study.Readers will explore the entirety of this incredible continent, from the far reaches of Scandinavia to the Mediterranean Coast. Along the way, they will learn about important moments in Europe's past, get to know its people, and come face to face with its wide range of wildlife.
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  • Europe

    Sandra Newman

    Paperback (Children's Press, March 1, 2009)
    An introduction to the geography and people of Europe.A True Book: Geography series dives into the many components that make each continent distinctive and exceptional. Readers will get to know each continents' geography, history, wildlife and future outlook. This series includes an age appropriate (grades 3-5) introduction to curriculum-relevant subjects and a robust resource section that encourages independent study.
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  • Europe

    Emily Rose Oachs

    Paperback (Bellwether Media, Feb. 1, 2017)
    Although it's the second smallest continent on Earth, Europe has the third largest population. Rich in history, literature, and art, European culture has been a far-reaching influence all over the globe. Give students the opportunity to discover how Europe stands out in this fascinating title!
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  • Europe

    Madeline Donaldson

    Paperback (LernerClassroom, Jan. 1, 2005)
    Europe is home to some of the world’s fastest trains, as well as many monuments like the Eiffel Tower. Over 700 million people live in Europe. It includes the world’s smallest country, Vatican City. Learn more about his fascinating continent, its people, cultures and famous buildings.
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  • Europe

    Simon Ross

    Paperback (Collins Educational, June 1, 1999)
    Book 2 of this three-book course explores themes and case studies from Europe. It gives pupils solid geography with unique atlas maps. Material is arranged thematically in structured and manageable chapter units.1. A sense of place in Europe2. Weather and climate3. Rivers4. Farming5. Energy6. Ice7. Water8. France9. SwedenIndex
  • Europe

    Claire Vanden Branden

    Library Binding (Cody Koala, Dec. 15, 2018)
    This book introduces readers to the climate, landforms, plants, animals, and people of Europe. Vivid photographs and easy-to-read text aid comprehension for early readers. Features include a table of contents, an infographic, fun facts, Making Connections questions, a glossary, and an index. QR Codes in the book give readers access to book-specific resources to further their learning. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Cody Koala is an imprint of Pop!, a division of ABDO.
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  • Europe

    Evan Moor

    Paperback (Evan Moor Educational Publishers, March 1, 1999)
    No less than 43 storied and influential countries compose the continent of Europe. Now, with this one volume, your students can compare and contrast its peoples, customs, regions and political divisions. Topics and activities explored include: Locating Europe (it's place on the globe), Name the Hemisphere, Water and Landforms, Europe (black & white topographic map), Water Forms of Europe, European Landforms, Geographic Regions, Regions of Europe, The Alps, Political Divisions, Countries of Europe, Western Europe, Longitude and Latitude, Southeastern Europe, How Far Is It?, Eastern Europe, Using a Compass Rose, Scandinavia, What Country Am I, Country Fact Sheet, Europe's Resources (Agriculture, Industries Imports-Exports, Vacation Time), Agriculture in Europe, Comparing Income Sources, My Trip to -- Note Taker, European Animals, Amazing Animals of Europe, Urban Wildlife, Endangered Animals, Animal Report Note Taker, The People of Europe, Celebrations, Christmas Traditions, Population -- Land Area Chart, Saami and Roma (Nomads of Europe), Pollution, Border Changes, Celebrating Learning, and more. Plus, a full-color fold-out topographic map of Europe and the oceans surrounding it. It's just one of seven titles in our all-new series on world geography based on the five themes of geography -- Location -- Position on the Earth's surface, Place -- Physical and Human Characteristics, Relationships within Places -- Humans and the Environment, Movement -- Human Interactions on the Earth, and Regions -- How They Form and Change.
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  • Europe

    Suzanne Francis

    Library Binding (Core Library, )
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  • Europe

    Wendy Vierow

    Paperback (PowerKids Press, Jan. 1, 2004)
    Europe, the second smallest continent on Earth, has 43 countries. Some geographers consider Europe part of a landmass that includes Asia, called Eurasia. Actually, it is a large peninsula, or mass of land that is surrounded on three sides by water. Europe’s climate ranges from frozen tundra to warm Mediterranean. The first great civilization in Europe reached its height in Greece about 2,5 years ago. Since then, empires have risen and fallen in Europe. Today, many different ethnic groups call Europe home.
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  • Europe

    Karen Bush Gibson

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2006)
    Describes the continent of Europe, including its climate, landforms, plants, animals, countries, and people.
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