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Aleksandra Mizielinska and Daniel Mizielinski

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What You Need to Know:
Maps is an exquisite, non-traditional atlas.
Maps would make a wonderful gift. You could even put it on your coffee table (it's that beautiful!).
• This book has a wide age-range: toddlers to adults will marvel at this book.
Sweet Book Summary:
Maps is not your traditional atlas. It is a stunning collection of paintings that depict our world - and that is not an exaggeration. It also doesn't provide the traditional information an atlas provides. Instead, this book focuses on the history, culture and natural resources of each country. There is so much to see on every page/map. It is reminiscent of a Richard Scary book, albeit a more artistic, sophisticated Richard Scary. The similarities to the beloved Scary books lie in the fact that you can pour over one spread for hours and find something new to look at. This book will introduce you and your little one to far-flung places, without every leaving the comfort of your home.
Author: Aleksandra Mizielinska & Daniel Mizielinski Illustrator: Aleksandra Mizielinska & Daniel Mizielinski Published: 2014, 40 pages
Themes: Geography, Reference, Exquisite Illustrations
Sweet Discussion Questions:
• After reading this book, what countries would you like to visit? Why??
• Which country most intrigues you?
• What did you learn about that country that you never knew?
• Pick a country the authors didn't provide a detailed map of and make your own.
If You Liked This Book, Try:
Life-Size Aquarium, Teruyuki Komiya
How the World Works, Christian Dorion
This recommendation was written by: Melissa Y.
 

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