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Earth is an incredible and varied place, packed with a diverse array of people, landscapes, and creatures. Atlas of Oddities takes kids on a round-the-world adventure that will help them see our planet in a whole new light. Young travelers will visit every continent and learn about its history, capitals, monuments, festivals, and local flora and fauna. From Longyearbyen, where polar bears roam the streets, to the Elephant Polo Championship in Kathmandu, to a robot who hitchhiked across Canada and seriously odd frogs in the Amazon rainforest, it’s an enlightening and entertaining journey!
Clive Gifford started writing books at the age of 16 and hasn’t stopped since! He has had over 150 books published, most of which are for children. His books have been nominated for or won Royal Society, School Library Association, Blue Peter, Smithsonian, and TES awards. Clive lives in Manchester, England. Visit him online at clivegifford.co.uk.
Tracy Worrall has been working as a freelance illustrator ever since she graduated from Harrow School of Art with a BA (Hons) in illustration. Her previous clients include Discovery Channel, DK, NaVonal Trust, Tate Galleries, and Saatchi and Saatchi. Tracy lives in Liverpool, England. Visit her online at tracyworld.co.uk.