I am always on the lookout for quality resources to add to our homeschool library, and when I saw the Children’s Atlas of God’s World from Master Books, I knew it would be a perfect addition. My kids were quick to agree when it arrived in the mail!
[Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. *A // I requested and received a free copy of the Children’s Atlas of God’s World from Master Books, a division of New Leaf Press, in exchange for my honest review.]
Children’s Atlas of God’s World
According to Master Books:
The atlases that line the shelves of libraries and bookstores are filled with both evolutionary thought and secular worldviews. This atlas is packed with unique insights into Christian history makers and amazing landmarks. One will explore the design of ecosystems and biomes, great civilizations, and discoveries found around the world. The full-color, visually engaging book provides a dual purpose as an elementary curriculum and a valued reference tool.
The first thing that caught my eye about this atlas was the full-colored glossy pages. The maps and images just pop off the page, and your eye can’t help but be drawn to them.
The facts on each page are not only interesting, but they are written at a level that kids are able to read and comprehend them. They are also written with from a biblical worldview, helping to form a foundation of history that aligns with the truths found in the Word of God.
My kids loved the largeness of the book, though I would have preferred a more traditional size (for storage purposes). It’s much more a coffee table sized book than a bookshelf book, which the kids love because it means it rarely gets put away!
Thanks to Master Books, one of you has the opportunity to win a copy of the Children’s Atlas of God’s World!!
[This giveaway is open to the US only. If you cannot see the entry form below, please click here: Children’s Atlas of God’s World giveaway.]
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