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Books in Goode's World Atlas series

  • Goode's World Atlas

    Rand McNally

    Paperback (Pearson, Aug. 20, 2016)
    For all geography courses. Expand your geographic literacy with the gold standard in academic atlases Goode’s World Atlas by Rand McNally helps students navigate through global and regional landscapes with ease. With color-coded headings and charts, brief introductions to each section, and more than 60 new reference and thematic maps, the 23rd edition gives you a comprehensive view of the world and its changing population and physical characteristics. Available soon in Pearson eText and Pearson Custom Library formats. Goode’s World Atlas has been the world’s premiere educational atlas since 1923, evolving with the world that shapes its content, and allowing for a deeper, more global understanding of geography.
  • Merriam-Webster's Student Atlas

    Inc. Merriam-Webster

    Paperback (Merriam-Webster, April 16, 2006)
    New Title! A colorful, engaging world atlas ideal for home or classroom especially designed for students in grades 5-9. Packed with full-color maps, photographs, and easy-to-use charts and graphs. Includes thematic maps of continental drift, the ocean floor, the environment and natural resources, as well as a special Map Skills section introducing key geography concepts.
  • Great World Atlas


    Hardcover (Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd, )
  • Student Atlas


    Paperback (DK, )
  • Reference Atlas


    Hardcover (DK, )
  • Collins Student World Atlas


    Hardcover (Collins, )
  • Philip's Children's Atlas

    David Wright, Jill Wright

    Hardcover (Philip's, May 20, 2007)
  • Collins Student World Atlas


    Paperback (Collins, March 15, 2007)
    Rare Book
  • Collins Junior World Atlas

    Stephen Scoffham

    Paperback (HarperCollins UK, June 1, 2011)
    An ideal reference atlas for grade school geographers Specifically designed as a reference for 9- to 11-year-olds, this atlas has topographical based mapping, which helps the young geographer understand the processes which take place during the formation of the earth’s landscapes. Photographs, data files, detailed map keys, and scale information on each map support the reference mapping, for maximum clarity and accessibility. Specially selected topic maps give additional information linking to knowledge and understanding of specific places. The atlas is organized into sections covering the UK, Europe, the world, and continents, with larger scale maps of countries and regions popular for focus studies. A variety of carefully selected scales are used to allow for comparison of size and distance in different countries. Tables of key data include an ecological footprint for every country, and a full range of interactive flipcharts to support this atlas are available as downloadable files.