Oxford School Atlas by Patrick Wiegand
The Oxford School Atlas is a completely new, up-to-date atlas with digital maps that are accurate and easy-to-read. Satellite images, photographs and artwork are used to enhance the themes chosen in the atlas. The mapping is very clear, the level of detail accessible to all 10+ geographers and the topics specifically chosen to cover the key curriculum requirements. Easy-to-use features include a multi-access contents page, clear explanations of graphics, country data files, a two-colour index of place names, and flags of the world at a usable size. There is comprehensive coverage of the British Isles, together with continental and world mapping and a world statistical section. It includes case studies on topics that will appeal to children such as earthquakes and volcanoes, flooding and tsunamis, hurricanes and weather patterns, economy and tourism as well as specific country studies on Italy, Kenya, Brazil, Japan, and Antarctica.