The Wayland Junior Illustrated Atlas by Shirley Willis


The Wayland Junior Illustrated Atlas by Shirley Willis

This introductory atlas is full of attractive and informative maps, with simple text offering clear descriptions of the countries concerned. Pictorial maps show animals, food, places and events that are common to a particular country. Flags and population numbers are also highlighted and locator globes show the country's position in the world. There is an explanation of how the world is turned into a map and an index of the world's countries and their captials. A compass character introduces ideas and information through the use of speech bubbles.


A highly illustrated and excellent first atlas of the world. With attractive and informative maps, simple text and country descriptions and pictorial maps showing national animals, food, places, events, flags and population numbers this atlas ia a must for primary aged children. -- Family Interest

About the Author

Shirley Willis was born in Glasgow, Scotland. She has written and illustrated many books for children. She has also worked as a book designer and editor.

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32 pages


Shirley Willis
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Publication date

1st January 2005



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