Flags do much more than identify countries and groups of people. If you know what to look for, a flag can reveal major insights into another country's history and culture. This title presents a compendium of the world's flags, and each nation's flag is paired with facts and occasional tidbits of history.
This picture atlas takes young readers on a visual journey around the world, from the hot plains of Africa, to the frozen tundra of the Artic. Detailed pictorial maps reveal the richness and diversity of human and animal life around the world.
The Iveragh Peninsula, often referred to as the 'Ring of Kerry', is one of Ireland's most dramatic and beautiful landscapes. This cultural atlas provides readers with a broad range of perspectives on the peninsula and the human interactions with it. It explores the physical and environmental setting of the peninsula.
Carry the world in your pocket. It might be small, but Atlas covers every region of the world, from the Atacama Desert to the Zagros Mountains. This book features over 400 essential facts, figures and insights, from geography and climate to population and economy, for an intriguing journey through the fascinating world in which we live.
A weatheropedia from the famous face of Met Éireann ? Author has strong media profile and engages well with children ? Everything your child needs to know about the Irish weather ? For fans of Dara Ó Briain, Brian Cox, Chris Hadfield ? Officially for kids, secretly for adults
Explore the paw-some world of pooches in this definitive guide to dogs that's packed with fun facts and illustrations. Large continent maps show the origin of 150 weird and wonderful breeds like the Greenland Dog with wicked sledging skills. Plus amazing Pooch Profiles provide size, coat and personality stats. Kids will love this who's who of dogs!