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National Geographic Student Atlas Of The World

by National Geographic

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This really is a beautiful reference source for learning about our world. I loved the introductory pages on "Learning about maps". I liked how it began with our earth in space and moved into the Physical systems of the world and then the Human systems. I found the facts and figures page at the start of each continent fascinating. ( )
  heby | Nov 24, 2010 |
The cover, photos, captions, maps, tables, charts, and graphs are all very appealing, colorful, and well organized. The Table of Contents is color coded, which makes the navigation of this atlas very kid-friendly. I found looking through this atlas quite interesting. Unfortunately, stats presented in the world population section, will soon become outdated and the atlases will need to be replaced in a few years. Apparently there is an online version, but, what would be the point then of having the print version? ( )
  Nhritzuk | Sep 27, 2010 |
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A comprehensive learning tool for middle-school and high-school students and their families, this user-friendly reference is packed with full-size, full-colour physical and political maps of the world and its continents plus thematic maps that examine topics such as the Earth's geologic history, climate and vegetation, population, world food, predominant economies, and energy and mineral resources. Vivid photo-essays, stunning images taken from space, and concise, fact-filled text underscore the connection between geography concepts and today's real world. Charts, graphs, and fact boxes provide key information at a glance, encouraging students to compare data and develop higher-level thinking skills.

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Examines the Earth's geologic history, climate, vegetation, population, food, economies, and mineral resources, and offers physical, political, and subject maps of each continent.

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