Guest Hollow’s Geography & Cultures Online Textbook

Welcome to Guest Hollow’s Geography & Cultures online textbook! This FREE book is designed to be used with Guest Hollow’s Geography & Cultures Curriculum, but anyone is free to use it. 🙂

Homeschool geography curriculum

Tip: When reading the online textbook, you can click on most of the images to see them larger. This may be useful when you want to see the details on maps and photos! Also, don’t forget that most browsers will allow you to increase the font size of the page you are reading (if that’s something you need to make the reading more comfortable). 🙂

This text was adapted (with permission) from both World Regional Geography: People, Places, and Globalization and World Regional Geography by Caitlin Finlayson. You can visite Caitlin’s website here!

I’ve taken excerpts from both of the above-mentioned resources and heavily edited and added to them for my intended audience. While I’ve received permission to use/adapt both books, neither licensor endorses Guest Hollow or my use of their materials.

Information was also taken from Wikipedia under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License and other resources (listed in the page credits).

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This online book is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

4 thoughts on “Guest Hollow’s Geography & Cultures Online Textbook

    • The book is still being developed. 🙂 It’s a rough draft and isn’t finished yet. The current geography schedules uses the book The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Geography as a spine.

  1. This curriculum looks great. We are planning to start our Freshman year mid-July do you think this book will be ready by then?

    • The book is finished. I’m now working on updating the workbook questions for it. I hope to have them proofread in a week or two…I’m not committing to a release date for the whole update (since crazy things can happen), but I’m hoping it will be soon. 😉 I’ll be posting on the Geography Facebook group about it soon if you want to keep an eye on things:

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