My First Atlas of the 50 States by Georgia Beth & Sara Lynn Cramb ~ #NonFiction #PictureBook #Review ~ @QuartoKids

Title: My First Atlas of the 50 States
Author:
Georgia Beth
Illustrator:
Sara Lynn Cramb

Title

The Story:
This is a bold and fact-filled atlas of America’s 50 states, from Alabama to Wyoming, which highlights each state’s most iconic features from animals to famous foods and landmarks.

Favourite Spread:
Each state has its own double-page, complete with map, photos of the famous features and a facts box. My favourite had to be New York. I love New York and this spread is full of the reasons why. Top of the list being Central Parc!

New York

What I love about this atlas which you can see on this spread (and is true for all 50 states) is that Georgia and Sara have created the perfect balance between facts, photos and illustrations, that makes it accessible to young readers.

The Verdict:
This is a perfect gift and keepsake book for a travel-loving and curious young reader. I’ve learnt a lot from this book! There is so much children can point out and relate to on each page. Whether they love animals, food, nature or just generally want to learn more about what makes each state of America unique, this is a great addition to any illustrated non-fiction collection. It’s so much more than just an atlas!

Buy Now!

Publisher: White Lion Publishing
Publication date:
17 September 2019
ISBN: 978-0711242890

I am very grateful to the publisher for providing me with an advanced digital copy via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.

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