The New Children's Encyclopedia: Packed with Thousands of Facts, Stats, and Illustrations by DK
The ultimate book of knowledge that every child needs! Ideal for little ones with lots of big questions about the world we live in.
What is photosynthesis? How do the muscles in our bodies work? How do meteorites and asteroids form? Open the pages of this illustrated encyclopedia and discover the answers to all your questions.
This fascinating kids encyclopedia has simple, easy-to-read text and lively, detailed illustrations, helping young readers build their knowledge on a wide range of topics. Explore giant galaxies, microscopic bacteria, human cells, ancient civilisations and more.
Full of fun facts and stats, this reference book for children is designed to be both fascinating and fun to use! It covers a vast scope of information, from the Earth, its plants, and animals, to its people and discoveries. For easy navigation, this kids encyclopedia is arranged thematically with more than 9000 indexed entries and 2500 colourful illustrations.
Feed your child's curiosity and help them shape their ideas about the world around them. Perfect for home-schooling with age-appropriate knowledge on a range of topics complementary to their school curriculum. This will help build their general knowledge and inspire them to want to know more.
A Must-Have Reference Book for Every Child's Library
With almost 500000 copies sold worldwide since 2009, this children's encyclopedia is a book of wonder that will absorb children of all ages. It has now been fully updated in line with the latest knowledge and research.
It contains all the homework answers your kids will need, explained clearly and checked by experts. It's the perfect gift for children who aren't afraid to ask why.
You'll learn everything you need to know about topics like:
- The environment and ecology
- Living world
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Expand your knowledge and explore more books from this series that cover your child's favourite subjects. Go on an intergalactic adventure in Space: A Children's Encyclopedia, discover our blue planet like never before inOcean: A Children's Encyclopedia, and take a tour of the human body in Human Body: A Children's Encyclopedia.