Go on a journey of discovery! We've brought the Collins Picture Atlas cover to life, so now you can travel round the world in just a couple of minutes.

Let's go! We're heading to Antarctica first. Do you know what lives here?

Aren't they cute? We're going across the sea now!

What a tall giraffe! Let's go to the next continent. It's Asia.

It's nearly dark. We better turn our lights on to keep driving.

What a long wall! It's taken us into the mountains. What will we find here?

That was a fun journey! Would you like to buy the book or go again?

Penguins only live in the Southern Hemisphere. King Penguins are one of the largest penguin species, reaching 100 centimetres tall. They have four layers of feathers to stay warm on the cold islands near Antarctica where they live.

Africa is the second largest continent on Earth. Europe could fit into Africa nearly three times!

Asia is the world’s largest continent and more people live here than in any other continent. It covers about one third of the land on Earth.

The Great Wall of China is the longest man-made structure in the world. It is an incredible 8850 kilometres (5500 miles) long. That’s further than the distance between New York and Moscow!

Polar bears are only found in the Arctic and are the largest land predators in the world. They have black skin and although their fur appears white, the hairs are actually see-through.