Scribblers Landmark Atlas

Scribblers Landmark Atlas

Author: Isobel Lundie

Publisher: Scribblers

ISBN: 9781913337858

Page: 14

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This fascinating and visually appealing atlas book will open children's imaginations to the richness of human culture. Each spread depicts a different continent and highlights the places where natural and man-made landmarks are found today. Fascinating facts about the atlas' subject feature around the edges of each spread, and there are helpful keys to assist young readers in identifying different countries.

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