The Kingfisher World Atlas by Philip Wilkinson


The Kingfisher World Atlas by Philip Wilkinson

This atlas uses computer-generated continental and regional maps to create a reference tool for home and school. From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe and from pole to pole, every country in the world is mapped in bright, clear colours that are easy to interpret and understand.

About the Author

Philip Wilkinson has worked in book publishing for over 20 years, writing and editing a wide range of titles for both children and adults. He is a regular contributor to children's encyclopedias, and an experienced author of books on geography, history, architecture and technology.

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Mixed media product
Contains Paperback and CD-ROM
128 pages
Interest Age: 8+


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Publication date

4th August 2008



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