Van Loon’s Geography: The story of the world we live in – Hendrik Willem van Loon

R350.00

This 1937 book tells the story of how humankind is shaped by geography – where we live in the natural world and why. As with all of Van Loon’s books, there are plenty of illustrations. Don’t let a few out-dated names and beliefs sway the main lesson from this book – that geographic features have a major part in the story of humankind’s settlements. A most enjoyable read.

Price: R350.00

Edition: First edition

Published: 1932

Publishers: Simon & Shuster

Condition: Hardcover in fair condition – Scuff marks around the edges of the cover and spine. Foxing on the end-papers, Otherwise internally in very good condition – very clean and tightly bound.

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Description

This 1937 book tells the story of how humankind is shaped by geography – where we live in the natural world and why. As with all of Van Loon’s books, there are plenty of illustrations. Don’t let a few out-dated names and beliefs sway the main lesson from this book – that geographic features have a major part in the story of humankind’s settlements. A most enjoyable read.

Price: R350.00

Edition: First edition

Published: 1932

Publishers: Simon & Shuster

Condition: Hardcover in fair condition – Scuff marks around the edges of the cover and spine. Foxing on the end-papers, Otherwise internally in very good condition – very clean and tightly bound.

Additional information

Weight 1327 g