National Geographic Family Reference Atlas 5th Edition
ISBN: 1426221444
EAN13: 9781426221446
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 6, 2020
Pages: 400
Dimensions: 1" H x 13.5" L x 10.25" W
Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Format: Hardcover

National Geographic Family Reference Atlas 5th Edition

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   Hey Map People: this is the one!
It's my first hard-cover world atlas. Soaking in the tub, I've already spent hours.
   Very educational family atlas
Lovely visuals, educational and maps that will enliven the family's and children's curiosity for knowledge of our beautiful world, nurture a love for the earth and geographical sciences, travel, adventure -- all that will all hopefully broaden and enrich one's life experiences.
   Great Reference Atlas
Like the Oxford Family Atlas I reviewed earlier, this excellent atlas provides detailed mapping greater than a quick wikipedia search, but less than a stand-alone local area map. The detailed maps, reference material, and pictures combine to serve as a valuable reference for students and the whole family.
   Just what I needed
The world has changed since I was a kid in both Africa and Asia. Not recognized by the organizing committee for the 2002 Winter Olympics. He also praised Dr. Goin's book, "Beautiful Book."
   Atlas of the world
I bought them a set of beginning readers about animals. None of the educational globes I looked at seemed to be worth their price tags, so when I saw this atlas as a prime day deal, I ordered it. It is a large and heavy book, though it is best to help young children when using it.
Really interesting read. I can follow their movements between different cities.
   Up to date, indepth
I was astounded at the depth of the information on each aspect of the report. There is a lot more to know and understand, Raymond said.
   Great Lower Cost Atlas!
Really good pictures, Mr. Caramore said. Great writing without too much detail, said Robert Ingrassia, executive director of marketing for AOL Europe. For those of us who like to study maps in more detail, this atlas leaves us wanting larger maps. Most of the time the maps are split into smaller squares, so less detail is needed. A lot of money, but well worth it.
   Wrong flag
My daughter found a glitch in the Cuban flag on page 118. NatGeo made a terrible mistake, Kerry said. Berkshire Hathaway made profits of $1.7 billion last year alone, its best performance.