What a Map Can Do

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An accessible and humorous introduction to maps for budding navigators.

A raccoon narrator embarks on a big adventure in this exciting exploration of maps for the youngest readers. Traditional maps of cities, roads, and parks are joined by some less conventional ones such as inside the body, each one methodically introduced with humor and clear explanation. A clever, colorful, and engaging first look at constructing and decoding maps.

Author: Gabrielle Balkan
Binding Type: Hardcover
Publisher: Rise X Penguin Workshop
Published: 07/18/2023
Pages: 48
Weight: 1.1lbs
Size: 9.76h x 11.36w x 0.42d
ISBN: 9780593519981
Audience: Ages 4-8

Review Citation(s):
Kirkus Reviews 05/15/2023
Booklist 05/15/2023 pg. 43
Publishers Weekly 07/24/2023
School Library Journal 10/27/2023 pg. 1

About the Author
Gabrielle Balkan (she/her) is best known for nonfiction books that delight readers ages 2-12 with curious and essential facts about the United States, animal record-breakers, and more. She lives, works, and rides bikes in Brooklyn and the Hudson Valley with her twin fifth graders and a writer husband.

Alberto Lot is a designer, an illustrator, and an animator. Formerly an art director at Leo Burnett and Condé Nast, he now creates visuals for several global brands and companies, as well as children's books! He has published several in Italian, but this is his first one in English. Alberto lives in Bologna, Italy, with his young family, and spends his days making things that are beautiful to see and easy to understand.

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