Don't Know Much About Geography

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An “entertaining [and] eminently readable” exploration of our home planet from the New York Times–bestselling author of Don’t Know Much About History(Publishers Weekly).

Geography is much more than naming countries on a map or memorizing state capitals. It’s the hub from which other disciplines radiate: meteorology, ecology, geology, oceanography, demographics, cartography, agricultural studies, economics, and political science. Yet many of us don’t know much about it. This fun and fascinating guide can change that!

In addition to presenting plenty of geographical trivia to impress your friends, Kenneth C. Davis explores 21st-century topics of global concern, including the role of the Internet and technology in transforming the lives of people around the world, how so-called developing nations develop, sustainability, and debates over climate change and evolutionary science. This completely revised and updated version of Don't Know Much About Geography is an illuminating grand tour of planet Earth.

“Reading [Kenneth C. Davis] is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had.” —People

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Readers' opinions about Don't Know Much About Geography by Kenneth C. Davis

The plot was incredibly well-crafted, with twists and turns that kept me hooked until the very last page. It was impossible to predict what would happen next.

The world created in this book was unlike anything I've ever encountered. The author's imagination knows no bounds, and I was completely mesmerized by the fantastical setting.

The themes of resilience and hope resonated deeply with me. This book taught me valuable life lessons that I'll carry with me for years to come.

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