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Mapy Obrazkowa podróż po lądach morzach i kulturach świata

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Zielinskis The maps show not only borders cities rivers and peaks but also places of historical and cultural interest I kept admiring this oversized book of illustrated maps every time I walked by it so I finally checked it out I just wish I knew a really nerdy 9 year old to study it with P

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Eminent personalities iconic animals and plants cultural events and many fascinating facts associated with every regio This book is a visual feast An delightful 11yr old and I perused it together It made us eager to travel

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This book of maps is a visual feast for readers of all ages with lavishly drawn illustrations from the incomparable Mi AmazingDisclaimer as a history and geography teacher I was already pretty sold on this bookHowever it's 10 times better than the good I was expecting It's beautiful and it's smart and I learned about some ruby red cherries to top my slight stale masters degree cakeGift it to your daughters your sons your nieces and and friends To your open or uneducated family members To all of you who like the world and whom the world likes5 planet illuminating stars 23 Weihnachts-Tiergeschichten readers of all ages with lavishly drawn illustrations from the incomparable Mi AmazingDisclaimer as a history and geography teacher I was already pretty sold on this bookHowever it's 10 times better than the good I was expecting It's beautiful and it's smart and I learned about some Messy Jessy ruby The International Dictionary of Event Management red cherries to top my slight stale masters degree cakeGift it to your daughters your sons your nieces and and friends To your open or uneducated family members To all of you who like the world and whom the world likes5 planet illuminating stars


10 thoughts on “Mapy Obrazkowa podróż po lądach morzach i kulturach świata

  1. says:

    I like maps They are all over my house on the walls and in books Maps outlining trips taken Thanks to my father’s commitment to travel I have been in all states except Hawaii and Alaska Now we have googlemaps and gps so we don’t technically “need” to have paper maps but I feel the same way about having kids know their way around physical maps as I do about the importance of their being able to master mathematical calculations when they could easily use a calculator or computer It develops the brain in certain ways to read a physical map; you get a different relationship to physical space through knowing how to use it I know having gps also gives you a different—and in some ways superior relationship to actual geographical territory but my “glove compartment” in my car is still filled with maps Call me old fashionedThis book Maps is a wonderfully illustrated depiction of counties and what the authors see as important and vibrant about them including drawings of animals people in native dress famous buildings florafauna natural wonders favorite foods You don’t get a story exactly but you do meet kids from every countryThis link provides a glimpse of some of the pages like map books such as A Mapmaker’s Dream by James Cowan about Fra Mauro who maps the world without ever leaving his room Or Hugh Brody’s Maps and Dreams Indians and the British Columbia Frontier and Arctic Dreams by Barry Lopez which make it clear that Inuit maps are very different than the southern white people’s maps I took for granted were physical fact as I grew up Towns in the Inuit maps are less important than the land and where animals and fish can typically be found One recalls too topographical maps and detailed maps for backcountry hiking Maps exist for particular—and often very political—purposes I also like 5 year old Sara Fanelli’s Map Book which depicts a map of her neighborhood a map of her dog’s stomach and a map of her heart The Mizielinska book is about a map of the heart and soul and people's relationship to place


  2. says:

    This map book is a visual feast indeed and although I am a grown person and was asked somewhat incredulously why I'd be buying such a book for myself um because I love maps and this book is delightful? I would be very eager to share with any friends' kids who come to my homeThe 52 maps that ARE included easily draw you in and stimulate curiosity and imagination The only bummer is that such a small fraction of the globe is covered and it's mostly the usual suspects that are highlighted For instance Jordan alone represents the entire Middle East and all the 'stans How did we lose out on a Turkey or Iran or Syria or Afghanistan? As long as you don't expect anything comprehensive though what is included is just lovely


  3. says:

    AmazingDisclaimer as a history and geography teacher I was already pretty sold on this bookHowever it's 10 times better than the good I was expecting It's beautiful and it's smart and I learned about some ruby red cherries to top my slight stale masters degree cakeGift it to your daughters your sons your nieces and and friends To your open or uneducated family members To all of you who like the world and whom the world likes5 planet illuminating stars


  4. says:

    An excellent non fiction book in which children can learn about the whole world Filled with colourful and vibrant pictures each page entails new facts about the countries of the world I thoroughly enjoyed reading this particular book


  5. says:

    I kept admiring this oversized book of illustrated maps every time I walked by it so I finally checked it out I just wish I knew a really nerdy 9 year old to study it with P


  6. says:

    I enjoy looking at Mizielinska's books They are packed full of information and they are books that take a while to get through and this book is no exception A book of maps maps that look historical in nature maps that are full of facts and pictures to intrigue your mind Some of the maps are placed horizontally and some are vertical depending on the region information on each page include capital languages population area flag animals and foods of the region cities and interesting information about that region I liked that there is an illustration for each fact that they share on each page Even though some of the illustrations are not very detailed you can understand what the illustrator was attempting to highlight I also liked all the facts on the pages how the author tried to fill each page with interesting information I liked the interesting facts that the author chose to include from basic information like animals to trivia information It's a fun book to pour over I'm sure you'll find something you didn't know


  7. says:

    This book is a visual feast An delightful 11yr old and I perused it together It made us eager to travel


  8. says:

    This is the geography book I always wished was around when I was a kid And now it is and I am so thankful that it was translated from Polish and made available While it should probably still be classified as a children's book this book is detailed enough to suffice for adults In fact if adults knew even a fraction of what was in this book we would have a much knowledgeable world When I read this with Jackson and study the many details on each page there are so many elements that I want to go and look up later languages I have never heard of massive mountains I didn't know existed delicious foods animals I thought were legends or extinct etc etc This book basically makes you appreciate the amazingly diverse and incredible world we live in all the and for that it deserves the highest praise I will keep reading and re reading this book many times


  9. says:

    I just wrote an awesome review from my phone and it didn't take so here's a not as awesome review because I'm only inspired for so longThis was an amazing book of maps Even though I've finished going through it I don't think I'll really be finished for uite some time I've spent lots of time poring over the pages and images with the kiddos; aged 9 and 4 It's such a compilation Geographical and cultural lessons in the guise of a picture book The book begins with a map of the world and is broken into sections by continent and further into countries but there is to this book of maps than just mapsEven the size of the book is appealing It is uite large enough to contain within each dual page spread the many mini illustrations and yet just big enough for the little one to handle Seriously even the texture and weight of the paper is stimulating to the senses and we found ourselves running our palms and fingers across the pages just to feel it and hear the satisfying sounds of our fingers and eyes discovering new thingsThis book is clearly aimed at younger children and the illustrations are simple yet interesting The maps themselves cover a two page spread for each country and each have the basic data such as population languages and an image of the nation's flag There are simple borders not too many cities and a few large rivers mountain ranges and perhaps some lakes Although it is a geographical compilation the real treat of this book is the cultural compilation that it makes of each country The illustrations that cover the spreads are full of people in cultural dress foods I know birds animals flowers succulent dishes and some national icons that take the form as famous authors books games sports even some historical icons and landmarks From the few countries that I know intimately it is generally the most popularized things and perhaps even a little superficial or stereotypical but how am I to judge how other countries perceive other countries at face value?; a great introduction to maps of countries and to their cultures and people nonetheless If you have a small child or children I would highly recommend owning this book and having it out If not I would still highly recommend this book


  10. says:

    With 52 detailed maps of countries such as Ecuador New Zealand Madagascar and Iceland and continents such as Antarctica readers will be delighted with all there is to explore The mixed media illustrations feature geographic elements such as mountains and rivers as well as flora and fauna native to the areas Readers will find that they can learn uite a lot about a country from these maps that have been created with mixed media The book even contains interesting facts places of note and manages to capture the uniue personalities of some of each countries' citizens This is a very very cool book that will captivate young readers


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