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United States

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In the brand new Beginner’s United States Atlas National Geographic’s world-renowned cartographers, working with education consultants and geographers, have created a state-of-the-art United States atlas for children ages 6 to 10.

This beautiful book is an engaging experience with fact-filled essays and spectacular photographs that will catch the curiosity of young readers.
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published September 8th 2009 by National Geographic Society (first published 2009)
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Michelle David
Jun 18, 2012 Michelle David marked it as reference-collection
Geographical Reference

Name: Michelle David

National Geographic Kids. (2009). Beginner’s United States atlas. Washington, DC: National Geographic.

Dewey: 912
Reading Level: Grades 1-4
Category: Nonfiction Reference/Atlas

Review Citation:
Van Dusen, M. (2010, March 1). [Review of the book Beginner’s United States atlas]. Library Media Connection, 28(5), 78.

Description: This book provides information about the United States including state flags, birds, flowers, and capitals.

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This is a clear basic atlas. While it is not detailed enough for the map obsessed child, kids (about 6 to 9) who are overwhelmed by too much detail, or are new to maps will find this book just right.
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