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Saturday, May 30, 2015

Review: Children's Atlas of God's World

Ever since I first saw Children's Atlas of God's World in a Master Books catalog, it has been on my homeschool wishlist.  I was so excited to have an opportunity to review this wonderful homeschool resource!




Children's Atlas of God's World is a hardcover 96 page book that retails for $18.99.  The atlas features the following countries:

North America
United States
Mexico
Canada

South America
Brazil
Bolivia

Europe
Norway
Italy
France
Germany
United Kingdom
Russia

Africa
Kenya
Egypt
South Africa

Asia
Israel
Saudi Arabia
India
China
Japan
Malaysia

Australia/Oceania
Australia
New Zealand

Antarctica




The Children's Atlas of God's World contains outline maps and facts about all 7 continents.  For each of the featured countries you will find detailed maps, information on the flag and it's meaning, information on the population, money, area, national symbol, national anthem, primary language, cultural information, famous landmarks, famous native animals, and more.


There is a key in the front of the book that shows what the different symbols on each page means.  A flag with a cross gives Christian History and Traditions, red pins mark landmarks, rivers, or other locations, green highlights are for cities or sites found on the map, letter blue flags show special sites recognized by the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, and Biomes symbols have information about habitats around the world.

At the end of the book you will find information on the different biomes of the world, a glossary, government systems, holidays around the world, and an index.

You can preview Children's Atlas of God's World by clicking here.


This is  wonderful resource that would be useful in any homeschool or Christian home.  I love the full color photographs, and the ease of use.  Locations of the landmarks that are discussed are clearly marked on the map of the country. This atlas in packed full of information!  Do you know where the longest waterway in the world is? My favorite feature of this atlas is that is is written from a Christian, not evolutionary perspective.  For each featured country you will find information about Christian history, people of faith, and Christian traditions.  I have learned very interesting facts in these sections that I never knew before!

I am so thankful to have Children's Atlas of God's World in my homeschool library.  Go to www.masterbooks.com to purchase this and other wonderful creation based resources.

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book for the purpose of writing a fair and honest review.  I received no other compensation and all opinions are my own.  I am disclosing this in accordance to FTC regulations. 

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