Maps of all kinds can chart a course in learning
from Chicago Tribune
Maps and nautical charts haven't always been available to children. For many centuries, atlases sat mostly on the shelves of libraries and the wealthy, says Richard Panchyk, author of "Charting the World: Geography and Maps from Cave Paintings to GPS." In addition to exploring the colorful and profound history of cartography, Panchyk's book includes many related activities.
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