Coasts of Britain explores the geography and the geology of the British Isles by it's coastlines. Each chapter looks at a particular type of coastline and examines the impact that the physical make-up of the landscape has had on the economic and social development. The text is written in a lively and stimulating way and is punctuated by superb colour photographs and maps as well as Fact Files which highlight pertinent points! Written to support the National Curriculum at Key Stage 2 and 3.
Terry Jennings is a well known writer of non-fiction for children. He is adept at getting across a great deal of information in a lively and informative way! The consultant Steve Watts is a fellow of the Geographical Society and is an expert on the geology and the geography of the British Isles