A celebration of the world, from its immense mountains to its tiny insects – and everything in between. Features fifty-two highly illustrated maps, full of detail and curiosities. The atlas is divided into eight sections, looking at countries within each continent plus the Arctic and Antarctica. Each large, intricately detailed double page spread featuring not only borders, cities, rivers and peaks but also fascinating facts, places of historical and cultural interest, animals, plants and important people, all of which could provide a springboard for discussion and further research. This is an innovative approach to geography which will keep young discoverers coming back again and again to pore over the quirky, delightful drawings.