Where on Earth?

Where on Earth?


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Where are the world's tallest buildings? Where are earthquakes most likely to occur? Where can you find animals that glow? Showcasing the most fascinating places on the planet, Where on Earth? is a collection of more than 75 3-D maps that show not only where everything is, but also why it's there.

Divided into six chapters: Geography, Nature, People, History, Arts & Entertainment, and Science & Technology, Where on Earth? brings an instant understanding to a wealth of subjects, stimulating interest in the world around us and drawing young readers into the topic. From physical geography, habitats of big cats, the Seven Wonders of the World, Olympic cities, shipwreck sites, and more, every map contains fact panels that provide additional information and useful statistics, while focus features pull out and explain the most interesting facets for an even richer experience.

Supports the Common Core State Standards.

Publisher: DK Children
ISBN-13: 9781465402455
ISBN-10: 1465402454
Published on 3/18/2013
Binding: Hardcover
Number of pages: 192

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This book was really interesting to read with 3D maps. I love all of the information and learning why something was where it was. Informational and well organized.

This book was very interesting because it has lots of facts about different places and shows you where lots of stuff is like the Seven Wonders of the World. I really like this book.

This book has all the different landmarks, skyscrapers and I think that it is great for kids and families to enjoy. You can learn about how high different buildings are and where they are on earth.

This is a great book! It tells you where landmarks, cities and lots of other things are. I would say that kids and adults of all ages would enjoy this spectacular book!

This is a good book about the world and other cool stuff! It has alot of cool facts and it is good for learning projects! You should read it.