The Times Atlas of the World Desktop edition is a complete world reference atlas in a convenient and easy to use format, retaining the authority, style and detail of the larger Times atlases. An excellant world atlas for every day look-up at home or work - broad coverage at a great price.
Step into the magical world of Wonderland in this gloriously illustrated picture book retelling of Lewis Carroll's enduring classic, from the highly-regarded, prize-winning illustrator of Blue Kangaroo and Melrose and Croc. When Alice follows a white rabbit down a hole she discovers the extraordinary world of Wonderland, where a magical adventure begins. It's not long before Alice finds herself attending a very unconventional tea party and taking part in a peculiar game of croquet, all in the company of such mysterious and unforgettable characters as the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat and the Mock Turtle. Lewis Carroll's classic story is brought alive for a new generation of readers in this exquisite picture book.
This lavish, colour atlas is a complete guide to the weird and wonderful geography of Tolkien's world. Packed with full page maps and illustrations of events in the annals of Middle-earth, it is the perfect companion to the bestselling A Dictionary of Tolkien. This book is unofficial and is not authorised by the Tolkien Estate or HarperCollins Publishers.
See Earth in ten times more detail than ever before. From Antarctica to Zambia, discover the Earth continent by continent with the "Complete Atlas of the World". Cross the globe from your armchair with 330 maps including 100 city plans showing the world's political and physical geography in the clearest way possible. Landscapes are brought to life through detailed terrain models and colour schemes giving you an unparalleled overview of our planet. Plus, the easy-to-use index of 100,000 place names helps you find what you're looking for fast. "The Complete Atlas of the World" is one atlas that every family bookshelf needs.
From Antarctica to Korea, discover the Earth continent by continent with 102 detailed maps and cross the globe from your armchair. Get the low down on 193 independent states with up-to-the-minute geopolitical facts, and find your spot fast with the easy-to-use index of 100,000 place-names. It's an unparalleled world overview.
Published to mark the 100th anniversary of National Geographic cartography, the prestigious and authoritative National Geographic Atlas of the World, Tenth Edition is an essential guide to understanding today's increasingly interconnected world. Illustrated maps and informational graphics chart rapidly changing global themes such as population trends, urbanization, health and longevity, human migration, climate change, communications, and the world economy. The core of any atlas is the reference mapping section and the 10th Edition boasts the largest and most comprehensive collection of political maps ever published by National Geographic. Completely updated and expanded by sixteen pages, this section features new maps of Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales, three detailed regional maps of Australia, expanded coverage of Africa, and a map of the strategically important area around the Mediterranean Sea, encompassing North Africa and Southern Europe. In addition, special sections are dedicated to the Oceans, Space, and Flags and Facts. These are followed by an expanded index, with more than 150,000 place names. The 10th Edition's high-quality construction and large format make it a centerpiece to gather around as well as the perfect reference tool for understanding how the present and past continually collide in today's fast-paced world.