My First World Atlas by Tamara Fonteyn
  

My First World Atlas

Written by Tamara Fonteyn
Illustrated by Kasia Cerazy
Part of the Giant Poster for Stickers and Colouring Series

RRP £9.99

Synopsis

My First World Atlas by Tamara Fonteyn

Here's a map of the world that is truly gigantic. By colouring it and pasting stickers, children not only have fun for hours but also learn geography. Seas and continents, mountains and flatlands, lakes and rivers, forests and fields, cities and deserts, men and animals, monuments and many other wonders that constitute the beauty of the earth are discovered. The world map can be used in its folded or unfolded form. Unfolded and spread out on a table or on floor, it will delight the whole family or an entire classroom. Conversely, accordion-folded and reverted into its more manageable and transportable shape, it will look like a world atlas that can be taken along on a trip, on vacation or into a waiting room and coloured page by page. Printed on very strong paper, the world map may easily be detached from its cover and become a beautiful poster that will brilliantly decorate a child's bedroom and serve as a learning tool.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages

Author

Tamara Fonteyn
More books by Tamara Fonteyn

Publisher

Nanook Books Ltd

Publication date

30th April 2016

ISBN

9781910538616


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