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    Bumping!!!

    Anyone have an atlas they LOVE? Skrink, which way did you go?

    I'm looking for an adult level atlas. We've got the student versions, and pocket versions, and the history atlas (which is quite cool!). But I need something that my high schooler can get a bit more from.......and my middle schooler is one of those that loves to look through encyclopedia-type books and accidentally memorize random facts that you'd never need.

    I'm thinking Oxford....like Skrink mentioned. Anyone have it, and happy?
    Homeschooling two sons (14 and 16) from day one. Atheist.
    Eclectic, Slackschooler covering 8th and 10th grades this year.

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    Well I don't know that I want to give national geographic money now that it is going to Rupert Murdoch, but used would be a good way to go.
    Beth
    DS16 with ASD, DD12 and DS10

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    I agree. NG maps are my favorite, but what am I doing to do now?
    A mama who teaches college writing, as well as help her 11-year-old in
    choosing his own life adventure. Using Global Village School to support our desire to develop a sense of social justice and global awareness.

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    I'm looking at Oxford and now Perthes too......still searching....
    Homeschooling two sons (14 and 16) from day one. Atheist.
    Eclectic, Slackschooler covering 8th and 10th grades this year.

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    Delorme has great US maps, have been to their headquarters in Maine many times. I don't think they make world maps though.
    Beth
    DS16 with ASD, DD12 and DS10

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    Went with Oxford! A little pricey, but I know we'll use the crap out of it. And I was able to see samples online....so I'm convinced that it's what I'm looking for now
    Homeschooling two sons (14 and 16) from day one. Atheist.
    Eclectic, Slackschooler covering 8th and 10th grades this year.

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    Just wanted to update this, in case others are looking to get one....

    The Oxford......I LOVE this atlas! If you're looking for an atlas that is quite a bit "beyond" a student atlas....this is a great one!
    Homeschooling two sons (14 and 16) from day one. Atheist.
    Eclectic, Slackschooler covering 8th and 10th grades this year.

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