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Series: Time-Life: The World's Wild Places

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Africa's Rift Valley by Colin Willock
Alaska by Dale Brown
The Amazon by Tom Sterling
The Andes by Tony Morrison
The Australian Outback by Ian Moffitt
Borneo by John MacKinnon
The Great Barrier Reef by Craig McGregor
The Himalayas by Nigel Nicolson
Labrador by Robert Stewart
Lapland by Walter Marsden
Mexico's Sierra Madre by Donald Dale Jackson
New Guinea by Roy D. Mackay
The Rocky Mountains by Bryce S. Walker
The Sahara by Jeremy Swift
Soviet Deserts and Mountains by George St. George
Wilderness Europe by Douglas Botting

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Recommendations

  1. Mexico's Baja California (The World's Wild Places) by William Weber Johnson (1978)
  2. Central American Jungles by Don Moser (1977)
  3. Nature's World of Wonders by National Geographic (1983)
  4. Atlas of Natural Wonders by Rupert Matthews (1988)
  5. Reader's Digest Natural Wonders of the World by Richard L. Scheffel (1977)
  6. The Birth of Writing by Robert Claiborne (1974)
  7. Canada by John A. Livingston (1988)
  8. Time-Life Library of Nations: China by Time-Life Books (1984)
  9. Flood by Champ Clark (1982)
    Same series: Storm, Earthquake (Planet Earth)
  10. Great Ages of Man: African Kingdoms by Basil Davidson (1966)
  11. The continent we live on by Ivan Terence Sanderson
  12. In the Deserts of This Earth (A Harvest/HBJ book) by Uwe George (1976)
  13. The Northwest Passage by Brendan Lehane (1981)
  14. Himalaya: Life on the Edge of the World by David Zurick (1999)
  15. Essentials of Physical Geography (with CD-ROM and InfoTrac) by Robert E. Gabler (1977)

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