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My First South Africa Atlas is a detailed child-friendly atlas filled with interesting ‘Did you know’ facts , suitable for most ages but more specifically 6-13 years old.
Your child will learn about natural landmarks, buildings/sites of significance, geography/geology, climate, vegetation, parks & wildlife (including World Heritage Sites), science (including astronomy, agriculture etc.), towns (names/origins etc.),
My First South Africa Atlas, released by MapStudio is a detailed
child-friendly atlas. This 128 page softcover book is suitable for
ages 6-12 years and older. This educational atlas is filled with
120 maps along with colour-coded content boxes covering information
on the following: Natural landmarks; Buildings/sites of
significance; Geography/geology; Climate; Vegetation; Parks and
wildlife (incl. World Heritage Sites); Science (incl. astronomy,
agriculture etc.); Towns (names, origins etc.). There is a graphic
timeline across the bottom of each pages including full-colour
photographs. The little assistant 'Lily' introduces the reader to
'did you know' facts about South Africa and neighbouring countries,
helping to make learning fun! There is a great overview map,
including South Africa's national anthem, as well as the symbols
for each province. Included at the back of the book are educational
pages, 'our planet and showing it on paper, the features of a map,
the compass, and finding locations'.
Sean Fraser is an editor and writer based in Cape Town. Prior to
launching a successful freelance career in 1996, he was Managing
Editor of the acclaimed Globetrotter Travel Series. He has since
written a number of books with a focus on the people and places of
Southern Africa, including the bestselling Seven Days in Cape Town
and National Geographic's African Adventure Atlas.
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