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Author: Boyle
ISBN13: 978-0590245203
Title: My First Atlas (French Edition)
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Language: French
Category: Foreign Language Study and Reference
Publisher: Scholastic (1995)

My First Atlas (French Edition) by Boyle

Featuring visual explanations of distance, scale, and maps, an atlas designed for children is filled with detailed illustrations giving the impression of flying over the landscape and text and captions providing information about different regions. My First Atlas Hardcover – September 15, 1994. by Bill Boyle (Author). The index, glossary, map key, and information about maps make My First Atlas slightly better than Rand McNally's First Atlas. For instance, readers are asked to locate the Congo River on the map of Africa, but the Congo River is not labeled.

A well-written, abundantly illustrated introduction to atlases, maps, and. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

More than 70 photos and 200 detailed illustrations in full color.

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The 437-year-old book, called the 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum', was the first known modern atlas. It was first published by Abraham Ortelius in Latin, Dutch, French and German by 1572. The hand drawn maps do not feature Australia or New Zealand, as they had not been discovered. By Shivali Best For Mailonline. While most of us are now familiar with the map of the world, when the first atlas was created in 1570, it was considered priceless by adventurers. The eagle eyed among you will notice that the hand drawn maps do not feature Australia or New Zealand, as they had not been discovered yet.