National Geographic Kids Beginner's United States Atlas: It's Your Country, be a Part of It!.
In the brand new Beginner’s United States Atlas National Geographic’s world-renowned cartographers, working with education consultants and geographers, have created a state-of-the-art United States atlas for children ages 6 to 10.
This beautiful book is an engaging experience with fact-filled essays and spectacular photographs that will catch the curiosity of young readers. Large maps pinpoint the physical features, capitals, and other towns and cities of each state. Key points reflect the latest information about land and water, animals, and people and places. Children can access a wealth of information including state flags, birds and flowers.
Throughout the atlas, maps, photographs, and text reinforce one another, making this an exciting round-the-country adventure and a fun-filled learning experience. This is a must-have addition to libraries, classrooms, and homes nationwide; when it comes to America, young minds deserve the guidance of the acknowledged experts in all matters national and all things geographic.
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