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Blake Liang on Dec 20, 2012 for Barefoot World Atlas
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i wish you could see the citys of the countries and i wish it had more information about each citys wildlife and culture... its a great idea maybe we can get an update with more "things" and cities on the map! for 5,99 i expectes way better.. :( totally agree with everyone else...
stcolbert on Dec 10, 2012 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Sound disappeared
After the first time we launched, the sound disappeared! :( The kids loved it at first, but not as much without the sound!
Lana Noack on Nov 11, 2012 for Barefoot World Atlas
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I think kids would be more interested in each country's wildlife, landscapes, and sports, certainly not their CO2 emissions.
Beau233 on Oct 28, 2012 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Very Dissapointing
Expect to see VERY little information, that is both geo and political. Maybe for grade 1 kids yes. Wonder who got paid to write the good reviews?
Dingaan on Oct 24, 2012 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Surprisingly Disappointed
I think I was expecting too much - at least more than a token amount of info about seemingly random states across the US, let alone across the rest of the world. I suppose we might be using it incorrectly, but I purchased this specifically to help my children with US geography information and it was not helpful at all. Florida only has a handful (if even) of informational tidbits. Texas had oil and one or two other things. No information on the states themselves, again, unless I just didn't see it. I didn't make it into other countries outside of Cuba, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, but these countries appear to have the same lack of depth as the US states have. For 5$ (and this was marked down from 8$) and 1.5gig I expect more information. This went from being an educational tool to a fun diversion tactic.
azxure on Sep 23, 2012 for Barefoot World Atlas
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