Rand McNally Chicago: A Celebration

Fagan’s BA in English and MA in Linguistics helped launch a career in publishing. She began as Editor for Rand McNally’s World Atlas Division; within two years, she was Employee of the Year for the division. Promoted to Senior Editor, Fagan went on to edit Rand McNally’s digital products. Fagan edited Chicago: A Celebration.


Chicago: A Celebration

Chicago: A Celebration

Rand McNally Atlas of American Frontiers

Fagan’s BA in English and MA in Linguistics helped launch a career in publishing. She began as Editor for Rand McNally’s World Atlas Division; within two years, she was Employee of the Year for the division. Promoted to Senior Editor, Fagan went on to edit Rand McNally’s digital products. Fagan edited and coauthored the Atlas of American Frontiers.


Atlas of American Frontiers

Atlas of American Frontiers

Ranally World article

Ranally World article

Rand McNally Children’s Atlases

Fagan’s BA in English and MA in Linguistics helped launch a career in publishing. She began as Editor for Rand McNally’s World Atlas Division; within two years, she was Employee of the Year for the division. Promoted to Senior Editor, Fagan went on to edit Rand McNally’s digital products. Fagan authored, coauthored, and edited an award-winning series of children’s atlases.


Children's Atlas of World Wildlife

Children’s Atlas of World Wildlife

Five stars on Amazon.com for Children’s Atlas of World Wildife by Elizabeth G. Fagan
“Sometime around 2nd to 3rd grade, children become obsessed with learning about animals. The wise parent and educator will provide resources that foster learning about dogs, cats, marine animals, birds, and other wildlife. The Children’s Atlas of World Wildlife is an excellent addition to the family or classroom library. At first children just want to see all the kinds of animals that exist; then they want to know the names; and finally, they want to know where they live and why. This atlas answers all those questions for kids. The animals are presented in their ecosystems. A photograph represents the animal in their natural environment and discusses how each species lives and interacts in their environment. Colorful maps, appropriate for children, help youngsters explore regional climate, vegetation, and terrain and provides the reader with the reasons for why animals reside in their particular location of the world. A definitive glossary provides quick access to animal habitat vocabulary. World national parks and protective areas are identified. There is a section identifying endangered species. This is a tool that children will return to again and again.”

Children's Atlas of the United States

Children’s Atlas of the United States

Children's Atlas of the Universe

Children’s Atlas of the Universe

Children's Atlas of Native Americans

Children’s Atlas of Native Americans

Children's Atlas of the Environment

Children’s Atlas of the Environment

Children's Atlas of World History

Children’s Atlas of World History

Children's World Atlas

Children’s World Atlas

Rand McNally Photographic World Atlas

Fagan’s BA in English and MA in Linguistics helped launch a career in publishing. She began as Editor for Rand McNally’s World Atlas Division; within two years, she was Employee of the Year for the division. Promoted to Senior Editor, Fagan went on to edit Rand McNally’s digital products. Fagan wrote and edited the award-winning Photographic World Atlas.


Rand McNally Photographic World Atlas

Rand McNally Photographic World Atlas

Ranally World article

Ranally World article