A History of Belize, Nation in the Making
Editor: Robert Leslie
Design: A to Z Graphic Studio
Paperback – 128 pages
170 illustrations including maps, photographs and diagrams
13th Edition – June 2009
First published in 1983, this updated history textbook focuses on how Belize became the nation it is today. With the lively and interactive approach featured in all of Cubola’s Explorer Series. A History of Belize, Nation in the Making uses abundant diagrams, drawings and photographs to complement the historical and political descriptive text.
A Geography of Belize, The Land and its People
Editor: Carmita Ruiz and Byron Rempel
Illustrated by Manuel Gonzalez Daza
Paperback – 144 pages
10th Edition – July 2011
From its explosive beginning as a volcanic island in a prehistoric sea, Belize has evolved into a country of great diversity and abundance. This authoritative text explores the development of this land and its people through a lively text, diagrams, photographs and drawings. With a wide range of materials never before gathered in one text, A Geography of Belize brings us closer to understanding the nation of Belize, and reveals the undeniable links between our natural world and the people who live in it.
The Environment of Belize
Our Life Support System
Author: Kimo Jolly and Ellen McRae
Paperback 152 pages
10th Edition – May 2010
Belize’s unique and well preserved ecosystems maintain a precarious balance with the modern demands of human development. The book offers a detailed survey of Belize’s rich environment and discusses aspects of the national laws that protect it. Previously published in 2003.
Atlas of Belize
Author: Educational Task Force
Paperback – 32 pages
36th Edition – May 2011
With 13 detailed maps and over 80 colour photographs and diagrams, the Atlas of Belize presents concise and accurate information on Belize. This book is an excellent tool for primary school students learning about Belize and its place in Central America, the Caribbean region and the world. In addition to the political and physical maps there are maps on land and sea use, geology, climate, population, communications, economy and the protected areas of Belize.
Atlas of Belize and the World
Author: Educational Task Force
Paperback – 64 pages
1st Edition – March 2011
This comprehensive new atlas will cater to the needs of Standard 6 and 1st and 2nd Forms in high school. This state of the art resource draws on the latest cartographic information and contains the following sections: The Universe (the Solar System and the Earth), Belize (including detailed maps of each district), Our Region (placing Belize in the context of the Caribbean, Central America, Mexico and U.S.A.), The World section with physical and political maps of each continent and physical and political world maps. also include a variety of thematic maps which helps place Belize into a worldwide context. With its detailed Index, this atlas will be indispensable not only to students, but also is a resource for primary teachers, and for those wishing to add a comprehensive atlas of Belize to their libraries.