All Around Florida: Regions and Resources
How much citrus fruit does Florida grow each year? What does Florida's topography look like? How many tourists visit the state of Florida annually? You can find the answers to these questions in this book, which contains all kinds of fun and fascinating facts about the regions of Florida and their valuable resources. Inside, you will find colorful maps that help you locate Florida's regions and understand their features. You will learn about the many natural and man-made resources of the state and how they affect its economy. And, you will discover that there is much more to Florida than just beaches and tourists! Inside you'll find: maps that help you find your way around Florida, photographs that let you see what you are reading about, a glossary, index, and list of more books to read to help you find what you're looking for and better understand it.
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