Now, this isn’t exactly a hyped read on the bookternet, but hear me out as to why you might want to think about picking it up. We don’t tend to talk much about non-fiction reads, and especially not those on the more educational side. However, I think these can be really great reads to improve our knowledge and can be a good break in between long and intense fiction reads, such as fantasy books.
This is a really lovely little book which covers all the basics of Geography, based on the UK curriculum for 14 to 16 year olds. Obviously, this is a simple explanation of the topics, however, with my knowledge (from a geography degree) the information seems succinct, correct and it’s written in a way which keeps you engaged and interested. It isn’t written like a textbook, instead, it’s more like a conversation with someone who is talking to you about geography. This is definitely a part that I think will appeal to many.
This book would be great for two branches of people, those who never chose Geography as a subject in school and wish to learn the basics, and those who have been out of school for… a few years, and want to refresh their knowledge and reminisce about their teacher with the slipper teaching them about the Bradshaw model! You’re given a lot of information in a simple to understand format, and it’s a good way to learn this data.
I gave this book 4/5* after reading it in the BookTubeAThon and definitely recommend it.