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Ultimate Atlas of Almost Everything

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Publisher Comments:

"Mom, Dad, can you tell me about..." Here's the perfect gift for kids interested in...anything! This unique mixture of atlas and encyclopedia will answer any question they can come up with about the world around us. Inside these lively, colorful pages are Earth's secrets, from our place in space to the formation of the continents to geological activity, and an introduction to every kind of wildlife and animal habitat. A presentation of human civilizations throughout history discusses language, clothing, celebrations, and different ways of worship. Maps of every country and many cities--plus the flags of every nation--complete this engaging tour of planet Earth and its inhabitants. Features include: its four books in one--divided into Planet Earth, Wildlife of the World, People and Places, and an Atlas--with an easy-to-follow structure; fascinating facts on subjects ranging from natural history, Earth sciences, and environmental issues, to ancient history, farming, and art; pages filled to bursting with lively, eye-catching photographs and stunning artwork of our solar system, great natural wonders, historical monuments, and animal life; and simple, effective charts and colorful relief maps of the seven continents present information at-a-glance. 128 pages (all in color).

Synopsis:

"Wide-ranging browsers' delight...a multitude of subjects related to the Earth, wildlife, people, and places. Each topical spread is a... mix of small photos, paintings, and maps surrounded by...explanatory paragraphs...finished off...with see-also references to other spreads. Regional maps...expand to page size or beyond, framed by flags and statistical summaries."--School Library Journal. "An engrossing book to nudge reluctant readers toward truly interesting topics."--Boston Globe. "Fabulous artwork, beautifully clear maps and flags..."--Copley News Service. Selected as Outstanding by Parent Council(r).

Product Details

ISBN:
9780806977591
Harpercollins:
Parker, Steve
Author:
Spurr, Pam
Author:
Parker, Steve
Author:
Morgan, Sally
Author:
Steele, Philip
Publisher:
Sterling
Location:
New York :
Subject:
Geography
Subject:
Children's 9-12 - Reference
Subject:
Atlases
Subject:
Dream interpretation
Subject:
Reference - Atlases
Subject:
Children's atlases
Subject:
Nightmares
Subject:
Children's dreams
Subject:
FICTION - FICTION TRD PB
Copyright:
Edition Description:
3200
Series Volume:
GTR-7
Publication Date:
19990630
Binding:
Hardback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
128
Dimensions:
12.25 x 10.13 in
Age Level:
08-12

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"Wide-ranging browsers' delight...a multitude of subjects related to the Earth, wildlife, people, and places. Each topical spread is a... mix of small photos, paintings, and maps surrounded by...explanatory paragraphs...finished off...with see-also references to other spreads. Regional maps...expand to page size or beyond, framed by flags and statistical summaries."--School Library Journal. "An engrossing book to nudge reluctant readers toward truly interesting topics."--Boston Globe. "Fabulous artwork, beautifully clear maps and flags..."--Copley News Service. Selected as Outstanding by Parent Council(r).

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