Interactive Map App Offers the World

3/18/2016 12:10:00 AM

Title: National Geographic World Atlas
SummaryTraditional reference tool gets digital upgrade but could do more

Pros: Interactive map and four different map styles allow kids to quickly find any location in the world and see it in multiple ways.
Cons: Paragraphs of information only describe countries, not cities or other geographical regions.
Bottom Line: It offers a little more than a traditional atlas and may prove easier to navigate, but it won't offer much excitement.

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