Taraba State is located in the north eastern part of Nigeria and is the second largest state in the country in terms of landmass. Despite its rich natural resource endowment, the state has suffered serious neglect over the years as a result of its peripheral location. The book ‘’Geography of Taraba State’’ is a geographical survey which provide a panoramic view of the state’s natural resource potential and cultural diversity in an attempt to fill in the void created by the lack of up-to-date information. The book highlights some important features of the physical environment, natural resource endowment and potentials, as well as the interactions among the many different ethnic groups of the state. It also highlights efforts made towards the development of the state since its creation in 1991 and the enormity of the challenges ahead. The book is a must read for scholars in tertiary institutions, policy makers and the general public.