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Children's Picture Atlas

Brocklehurst, Ruth
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.

Children's Illustrated Atlas

Brooks, Andrew

Collins World Atlas: Essential Edition

Collins Maps
A new fully updated reference atlas in the exciting Collins world atlas range. Great value and contains all the world maps you need in a budget atlas, for family, study and business use.

Geography of the World : The Essential Family Guide to Geography and Culture

A guide to countries and continents in today's rapidly changing world.


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.

Great Irish Weather Book

Donnelly, Joanna
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

Geology of the Dingle Peninsula - A Field Guide

This geological field guide to the Dingle Peninsula includes detailed and richly illustrated descriptions and interpretations of localities where key elements of Dingle geology can be examined.

The Atlas of Unusual Languages: An exploration of language, people and geography

Nikolic, Zoran
The ideal gift for anyone interested in language, geography and people We communicate through the spoken and written word and language has evolved over the centuries. Many languages have survived although only in small pockets throughout the world. This book explores a selection of those languages.

The Floating Egg

Osborne, Roger
Explores the uncertain line where myth is dissolved into science, and belief gives way to knowledge. This title offers different episodes that show how a stone falling from the sky near this same coast changed the minds of all the natural philosophers of Europe; and how a new science was born on the top of the tower of York Minster.