The Earth from the Air for Children

The Earth from the Air for Children

  1. Photographs by Yann Arthus-Bertrand
  2. Text by Robert Burleigh
  • ISBN 9780500542613
  • 31.00 x 25.00 cm
  • PLC (with jacket)
  • 77pp
  • 34 Illustrations, 34 in colour
  • With drawings and maps
  • First published 2002
‘An exquisite addition to your classroom resources… will provide a completely new level to learning through pictures’ – Junior Education
‘This book should be in every school library. It illustrates what geography really is, and no one browsing through it will be disappointed’ – Geographical Association

The perfect gift for children!

Soar above the earth. Look down. And what do you see? Water and land, trees and buildings, people and animals. And more, so much more. Let the remarkable aerial photographs of Yann Arthus-Bertrand take you to a whole new world of discovery and adventure.

Prepare to be enthralled by glowing pictures of nomads and camels, scarlet birds and green grasses, colourful rugs in Morocco and the amazing White Horse of Uffington – plus many more unforgettable images. The Earth from the Air for Children tells the dynamic story of the diversity of our world’s peoples and places.

Robert Burleigh’s text enriches the experience, revealing the fascinating story that each photograph tells. This magnificent full-colour book offers over thirty globetrotting images: now every child can travel around the world!

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Also by Yann Arthus-Bertrand:
The Earth from the Air – 365 New Days
Human – A Portrait of Our World