Children's Activity Atlas by Jenny Slater
  

Children's Activity Atlas

Written by Jenny Slater
Illustrated by Katrin Wiehle

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Children's Activity Atlas is the perfect first atlas. It not only contains essential geographical information such as countries or states, capital cities, principal mountains, rivers and lakes, it is also crammed with interactive fun including 100s of stickers and some postcards, so that young readers can truly engage with discovering the world and share their fun with others.

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Synopsis

Children's Activity Atlas by Jenny Slater

Complete the maps, add the flags and more than 200 icon stickers to complete the colour maps and make them come alive. Find the icons and look for the stunning pictorial icons featuring unique plants and animals, sport, culture and famous landmarks. Fill in the passport with visa stickers, quizzes, games and activities. Send the postcards from six different continents; look at the locator map. Every map spread is marked on a 'WHERE IN THE WORLD?' locator map, to show at a glance where it is situated. Use the Fact File panel on each map to discover a mini-file of key information.

Reviews

Illustrations are bright and cheerful whilst still being visually informative. The level of detail will make the book very appealing to a young and diverse audiance-with facts represented equalyy through imagery and text. Bursting with educational activities, this book would be a fantastic resource in geography, global citizenship and literacy lesson (formal texts as well as oppotunities for creative writting), and it makes a wonderfull reference in the home. The English Association '

This is a wonderful global atlas and educational resource for children... it is a great learning tool for teachers introducing young children to geography and our place in the world. Illustrations are bright and cheerful whilst still being visually informative .. the level of detail will make the book very appealing to a young and diverse audience - with facts represent equally through imagery and text. Bursting with educational activities, this book would be a fantastic resource in geography, global citizenship and literacy lessons .. And it makes a wonderful reference in the home. English 4-11

About the Author

Jenny Slater is a cartographic editor, consultant and project manager with over twenty-five years' experience in the cartographic, geographic, and environmental fields. She is also a Fellow of the British Cartographic Society.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Jenny Slater
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Publisher

QED Publishing

Publication date

29th September 2014

ISBN

9781781716793

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