Alice in Wonderland - (This was the first thing that came to mind because I'm absolutely obsessed with it :P) This story has all the elements! *Geography* The land in which Alice had created was immense and so incredibly diverse that you never stay in one place for too long, you're well on you're way moving again before you know it! *Language* The language aspect would be that there are many made-up words in Wonderland. And not knowing what they mean would just get you even more lost in the unfamiliar massive world. *History* You don't really think about it but Wonderland probably has history being that it's governed by the Queen of Hearts.
Peter Pan - (I'm sorry to say but I actually don't know that much about the Peter Pan story :p I've seen the movie but I was too young to make actual sense of it.) *Geography* I don't really know what the geography would be like but I know there's a ship and pirates involved so I'm guessing an island of some sort?? haha I don't know :p I'm trying here. *Language* I guess their own language would be British? :/ *History* I think Peter is supposed to save Neverland or something and he does so the history could be that Before and After Neverland was saved =) that's good enough for me! If you people know more please let me know ._.
Avatar: The Last Airbender - Okay, so I personally love this one as well :p huge fan and even bigger nerd B) ANYWAY! *Geography* I would say that the whole world in which the characters live is a form of geography because you have you the Air nomads, Water tribes, Earth Kingdom, and the Fire nation. They all have very distinct geographical differences. *Language* Of course in the cartoon they speak English :p but in their world it's considered Chinese I believe (If my memory serves me correctly). *History* The whole series is made-up history :p. There's just so much information I'm not even gonna spell it out for you. But you get the picture :) So help me out peoples! What other examples can you think of? :)