One World Almanac 2014
Spiral bound desktop/pocket calendar
An ideal appointments diary with a fold-out stand to display a new photograph for every week of the year. Featuring a diverse and unusual collection of world photography, it gives a unique insight into the lives and culture of others.
This week-to-view photo diary stands on your desk in a sturdy triangular sit-up format or folds away for easy portability. The spiral binding ensures that the base lies flat for writing, and there's plenty of space for planning your schedule.
Click the images to enlarge them.
Includes a Peters Equal Area world map, charts of basic indicators for every country of the world (eg. population, income per capita, literacy, life expectancy), year planner and information on the dates and festivals noted in the diary pages.
The One World Almanac has been an annual bestseller for over 20 years and features 53 photographs from some of the world's leading photographers.
People use the Almanac in many different ways:
- The clever "sit-up" design makes it a colourful and striking desk diary, with a fresh full-colour photo to greet you with each new week.
- Others carry it flat in their handbag or coat pocket, to keep track of appointments on the move.
- We think you'll enjoy the inspirational quote of the week - it maybe from a film-maker, a poet or a writer, from anywhere on our fascinating planet.
- It's not too late to plan out the rest of the year, and the Almanac features a 4 page Year Planner section for the coming year, and even another 3 pages for the year after!
Special Offer Order any combination of 3 One World Calendars or Almanacs to the same address and we will send you a FREE PACK OF 10 NI CARDS
Printed on FSC paper by a printer holding environmental accreditation ISO 14001.
ISBN / Barcode: 9781780261133
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