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Geography, Human Geography, Physical Geography. Explain to students that rivers were among the first highways of the Americas. Many large cities grew alongside rivers and other waterways, because rivers provided convenient transportation before railroads and roads were built. Display for students the NG Education interactive map.

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This educational book breaks down complex definitions and concepts so that even first graders can understand them very well. At the end of this educational book, your child should be breathing out information on rives, lakes and other water forms. Get a copy today! Kids Young Adult.

Basic Geography of Rivers. Rivers begin in mountains or hills, where rain water or snowmelt collects and forms tiny streams called gullies. When one stream meets another and they merge together, the smaller stream is known as a tributary. The two streams meet at a confluence. It takes many tributary streams to form a river.

This book introduces young readers to the water cycle and how rivers flow from their source to their mouth. It looks at how they change along the way, making waterfalls or oxbow lakes. It describes the types of wildlife that can be found alongside and in rivers, and looks at the people that live and work with rivers. It also looks at how rivers can be used and at the devastation they can cause. It also considers why rivers are so important. There is a list of 10 fascinating facts at the back of the book and a map showing where the places mentioned in the fact file are. Words in bold in the text can be found in the glossary. A combination of clear diagrams and large photographs help the reader's understanding of the text.
Rivers (Geography First) download epub
Author: Nicola Edwards
ISBN: 0750246324
Category: Children's Books
Language: English
Publisher: Hodder Wayland (July 13, 2006)
Pages: 32 pages