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The Writer's Map: An Atlas of Imaginary Lands by Huw Lewis-Jones
Category: Gift Books
The Writer's Map winner of Trade Illustrated category in the British Design and Production Awards Photography & Illustrated Travel Book of the Year at the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards 2019 Maps can transport us, they are filled with wonder, the possibility of real adventure and travels of ...Show more
Take an exciting journey around the world and explore every country on Earth. Beautifully illustrated by award-winning Anthony Lewis, the colourful maps, plus lively and informative text make this an essential atlas for younger readers. Jet off to South America and discover the Amazon rainforest, journ ...Show more
Wonders of the World (Atlas of Adventures) by Ben Handicott
From the team behind the best-selling Atlas of Adventures comes this awe-inspiring journey of discovery. Travel around the world to scale the Eiffel Tower, trek the Great Wall of China, and raft through the Yosemite Valley. Showcasing the globe's most impressive landscapes, iconic buildings and evocativ ...Show more
Atlas of Record- Breaking Adventures by Emily Hawkins
Come face-to-face with the biggest, toughest, oldest and most unmissable wonders on Earth in Atlas of Record-Breaking Adventures, the sixth and latest in the bestselling series.
Fully revised and updated for 2020, this is an ideal world reference atlas for young primary school geographers aged 9-11 years (Key stage 2). Published in association with the Geographical Association, it enables children to learn about the world today and understand how maps and atlases work. * The at ...Show more
We journey around the world, country by country, exploring flags and their meanings. Along the way, we reveal all sorts of amazing facts, such as: How many stars are on the American flag and what do they represent? What does the circle on the Japanese flag signify? And which is the omly country not to h ...Show more
The Massive Book of Maps by Lorna Hendry
Category: Reference Books
Humans have used maps for thousands of years. They have been hugely important to our understanding of the world, and continue to be valuable tools in our everyday life. While some elements remain the same, the maps of today are very different to those of the past. Learn all about these fascinating devic ...Show more
Atlas of Monsters and Ghosts (Lonely Planet Kids) by Federica Magrin
If you believe that all you need to fight an evil bloodthirsty fiend is garlic or holy water, think again. What you need is to keep a cool head and reach for your copy of Atlas of Monsters and Ghosts! Have you heard of the headless man roaming Edinburgh Castle? Or the mysterious girl who asks for a rid ...Show more
Published in association with the Geographical Association, this atlas is organized into sections covering the world and continents with more detailed larger scale maps of countries and regions that are popular for focus studies. This atlas has topographical based mapping which helps the young geographe ...Show more
An introductory atlas for secondary schools, perfectly designed to support and motivate Key Stage 3 students in geographical and mapping skills. âe¢ Previously published as the award winning Collins Foundation World Atlas the Collins School Atlas has been revised and extended. It features 96 pages of c ...Show more
Food Atlas by Giulia Malerba; Febe Sillani
An international phenomenon, this gorgeous hardback guides young readers and adults on an illustrated voyage into the foods and ingredients of the six continents with New Zealand, Australia and Fiji here representing Oceania.
Dinosaur Atlas (Lonely Planet Kids) by Anne Rooney
Amazing full-color illustrations reveal facts about how dinosaurs lived more than 200 million years ago and where they have been discovered. Kids also learn about famous paleontologists and can measure themselves against life-size bones, teeth, and claws. 10 13/16 x 10.