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Scholastic Atlas Of Exploration

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Throughout history, there have always been people who have dared to explore places far from where they lived. Now, in an atlas containing more than 30 full-color and accurate maps, young readers can follow the history of exploration, from Egyptian voyages of 400 B.C. to present-day space and underwater expeditions.
Published (first published October 1st 1994)
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Morgen Shambaugh
This book would be great for middle schoolers researching or doing a focus study on explorers. The information is extremely well organized and it presents great facts about explorers from all over the map.
Susan Gannott
Excellent. Talks about the Vikings.
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