The New View Almanac: The First All-visual Resource of Vital Facts and Statistics!

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Bruce Glassman
Blackbirch Press, 1996 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 608 pages
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Provides facts and figures on a wide variety of topics, including health and nutrition, science and technology, and sports and records, accompanied by easily understood graphics.

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THE NEW VIEW ALMANAC

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An outstanding addition to almost any collection. This visual almanac uses nearly 2,000 graphics (charts, graphs, maps, etc.) to present statistics and information about the US, with something to ... Read full review

New View Almanac (3rd edition) (Individual Titles)

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This expanded third edition continues New View's tradition of presenting statistics in an easy-to-read, visual format. Like the previous editions, it is organized thematically in chapters (e.g ... Read full review

Contents

HEALTH AND NUTRITION
LIFESTYLES AND PASTIMES 103
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 171
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About the author (1996)

Jenny Tesar has written or edited numerous science books. She lives in Bethel, Connecticut.

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