The 10 Best Atlases For Kids
This wiki has been updated 10 times since it was first published in October of 2016. The earlier a child begins to understand his or her place in the wider world, the better. Therefore, a book that helps educate kids about everything from geography and international politics to global history is a priceless resource. Fortunately, most of the atlases on our list are not very expensive but are bristling with maps, facts, and photos that are sure to delight readers of all stripes. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best atlase for kids on Amazon.
March 07, 2019:
Despite the Barefoot Books World Atlas' charming illustrations and focus on different cultures across the globe, we decided to remove it due to a high number of reported factual errors. Added When on Earth? because it not only explains interesting historical events (such as the Arab Spring and how agriculture began), but it also presents an excellent opportunity for parent-child bonding, as many adults are sure to learn something from it as well. The 50 States nabbed the top spot thanks to its abundance of clearly-conveyed information and compelling visuals. You'll also find the Atlas of Animal Adventures and the Space Atlas for the critter and astronomy lovers in your life, as well as a pop-up selection (My Pop-Up World Atlas) that's great for tots who are just beginning to read and need a bit of extra stimulus.