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    Me on the Map

    Joan Sweeney, Qin Leng

    Paperback (Dragonfly Books, Sept. 18, 2018)
    Maps can show you where you are anywhere in the world! A beloved bestseller that helps children discover their place on the planet, now refreshed with new art from Qin Leng. Where are you? Where is your room? Where is your home? Where is your town? This playful introduction to maps shows children how easy it is to find where they live and how they fit in to the larger world. Filled with fun and adorable new illustrations by Qin Leng, this repackage of Me on the Map will show readers how easy it is to find the places they know and love with help from a map.
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    World Atlas Sticker Activity Book

    National Geographic Kids

    Paperback (National Geographic Children's Books, May 28, 2019)
    Kids will do a lot more than point at places on a map when they pick up this awesome world atlas! It provides a hands-on way for kids to learn about the world through maps, fun facts, activities, and more than 2,000 stickers. From landmarks, to animals, to flags, there's no better way to discover important information about the world than sticker by sticker.
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    Our World: A First Book of Geography

    Sue Lowell Gallion

    Board book (Phaidon Press, June 10, 2020)
    A read-aloud introduction to geography for young children that, when opened and folded back, creates a freestanding globeChildren are invited to identify and experience the Earth's amazing geography through rhyming verse and lush illustrations: from rivers, lakes, and oceans deep, to valleys, hills, and mountains steep. Secondary text offers more detailed, curriculum-focused facts and encourages readers to consider their own living environments, making the reading experience personal yet set within a global backdrop. This informative homage to Earth is sure to inspire readers to learn more about their planet – and to engage with the world around them.Ages 2–5
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    National Geographic Kids My First Atlas of the World: A Child's First Picture Atlas

    National Geographic Kids

    Hardcover (National Geographic Children's Books, July 10, 2018)
    Introduce preschoolers to the wonders of the world with this beginner atlas, created with the map experts at National Geographic.Simple, colorful maps, bold pictures, and accessible text present basic geography, continent by continent, to spark kids' curiosity about the planet we inhabit. They'll learn elementary mapping skills and concepts such as the difference between a globe and a map. They'll learn answers to questions, like what is a compass rose? What features make up the land? Where is the ocean? And what are the countries where people (and animals) live? Reviewed by geography and early childhood consultants, this delightful atlas makes our world accessible to even the most junior explorers.
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    Lift-the-Flap Atlas

    Lonely Planet Kids, Kate Baker, Liz Kay

    Hardcover (Lonely Planet, Aug. 18, 2020)
    This interactive atlas treats young readers to a hands-on journey around the world. Each page turn brings the continent to life with flaps to lift, detailed illustrations and facts about, people, animals, and fun places to visit.
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    Children's Picture Atlas Brocklehurst, Ruth and Edwards, Linda

    Ruth Brocklehurst, Linda Edwards

    Hardcover (Usborne Pub Ltd, Sept. 30, 2003)
    Created for young explorers, this awesome Picture Atlas has detailed maps of the continents, their countries, capital cities, landmarks, and animals, with kid-friendly stories that present fascinating facts about the people, culture, and geography. With dozens of objects to hunt for on each page, and quizzes to encourage learning, this book is sure to provide years of fun for ages 3 to 10. Hardcover 9-1/2in x 12in, 48 pages.
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    National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of the World

    Elizabeth Carney

    Hardcover (National Geographic Children's Books, July 14, 2015)
    This charming reference introduces young readers to the wider world by exploring languages, landscapes, weather, animals, capital cities, mountains, deserts, and other landscapes and landforms, and more. It encourages kids to get play with activities such as creating a mini-rainforest in a bottle and singing a simple song in Spanish. More than 100 colorful photos are paired with kid-friendly and age-appropriate maps along with basic facts about each continent. This book will quickly become a favorite at storytime, bedtime, or any other time.
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    How I Learned Geography

    Uri Shulevitz

    Hardcover (Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR), April 1, 2008)
    Having fled from war in their troubled homeland, a boy and his family are living in poverty in a strange country. Food is scarce, so when the boy's father brings home a map instead of bread for supper, at first the boy is furious. But when the map is hung on the wall, it floods their cheerless room with color. As the boy studies its every detail, he is transported to exotic places without ever leaving the room, and he eventually comes to realize that the map feeds him in a way that bread never could. The award-winning artist's most personal work to date is based on his childhood memories of World War II and features stunning illustrations that celebrate the power of imagination. An author's note includes a brief description of his family's experience, two of his early drawings, and the only surviving photograph of himself from that time.How I Learned Geography is a 2009 Caldecott Honor Book and a 2009 Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year.
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    National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Where

    Jill Esbaum

    Hardcover (National Geographic Children's Books, March 24, 2020)
    Preschoolers are full of "Where?" questions, and this next book in the best-selling Little Kids First Big Book series is full of fascinating and often surprising answers for them.This charming reference book zeroes in on location, location, location. More than 200 colorful photos are paired with age-appropriate text featuring answers to questions like, "Where does the sky end?" "Where is the highest mountain?" and, "Where was ice cream invented?" Containing several kid-friendly maps designed to expand the learning experience, this book inspires kids to be curious, ask questions, and explore the world around them.
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    lift the flap atlas

    Alex Frith

    Hardcover (Usborne Publishing Ltd, Feb. 27, 2009)
    Lift-The-Flap Picture Atlas
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    Lift-the-Flap Picture Atlas

    Jane Chisholm, Helen Lee

    Board book (Usborne Pub Ltd, Jan. 1, 2010)
    Explore the maps and lift the flaps in this lively picture atlas that takes children around the world to learn about fabulous sights to see, beautiful buildings, exotic animals and much more.
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    Animals of the World Book and Jigsaw

    Sam Smith

    Paperback (Usborne Publishing Ltd, Sept. 5, 2019)
    This delightful pack contains a 200-piece jigsaw of a beautifully illustrated world map, complete with all kinds of amazing creatures that can be found across the various continents and in Earth's oceans. It also includes a 32-page Animal Picture Atlas in which children can learn more about the animals and the places where they live.
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    Atlas of the World Picture Book

    Sam Lake

    Hardcover (Usborne Publishing Ltd, Sept. 1, 2015)
    A fantastic atlas to help children learn about the countries of the world, the most famous and interesting sites, and also each country's flag and fascinating world records. A brilliant introduction to geography, capital cities and world landmarks ranging from the statue of the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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    As the Crow Flies: A First Book of Maps

    Gail Hartman

    Paperback (NY, March 15, 1991)