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Atlas of Adventures: Wonders of the World by Ben Handicott

Atlas of Adventures: Wonders of the World by Ben Handicott

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Fall in love with “Atlas of Adventures: Wonders of the World”

I learned so much from "Atlas of Adventures: Wonders of the World", it is a refresher course on Geography for parents, and such an instrumental book to create tiny adventurers also. I love the illustrations, by Lucy Letherland, they are superb, colorful, and full of detail. The author, Ben Handicott, did a wonderful job of describing the beautiful places that surround us, it is filled with so much detail of each location.

I feel in love with this book immediately.

I could see and plan so many projects from this book alone! So it is a great addition for a curriculum or a homeschool activity book, because it lends for the exploration of new places and of those places we already know, some really special local places to visit and learn from.

All in all a wonderful learning experience! I would recommend this book over and over again!

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