More 2013 Favorites


The Atlas of Global Development (World Bank) is a geographical interpretation of socio-economic statistical data allowing at-a-glance evaluation of issues.


The Lands of Ice and Fire: Maps from King's Landing to Across the Narrow Sea by George R. R. Martin includes full color maps providing the geographic environs of the world of Game of Thrones; it is ideal for fans of the books and the HBO series.


National Geographic Global Atlas: A Comprehensive Picture of the World Today with More than 300 New Maps, Infographics, and Illustrations

One of the most trusted sources of cartography, National Geographic creates cutting-edge maps and pairs it with authoritative and compelling data on our world.


The Art of the Map: An Illustrated History of Map Elements and Embellishments by Dennis Reinhartz explores the symbolism and origins of cartographic illustrations with incredibly detailed full color reproductions of historic maps.

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