Children’s First Encyclopedia of Knowledge is a thematic encyclopedia in five volumes that widens our understanding of the world around us, and its place in the universe, as well as giving a history of the plants, animals, and peoples that live upon it. The question and answer format makes learning fun and challenging.
Each volume is divided into chapters covering sixteen subjects. You can open to any page and immediately find fascinating questions and surprising answers. Or you can read chapter by chapter, since each starts with basic questions, then continues in logical fashion to develop the specifics of the topic.
Children‘s First Encyclopedia of Knowledge is unique in providing two answers to every question. The first, a short answer, is perfect for younger children or for a quick “quiz”. The second, an encyclopedic mini article, gives more detailed information about the subject to satisfy older children’s curiosity, or for parents to use as a teaching guide.
Hundreds and hundreds of the best quality full-colour photographs, and drawings have been included “to illustratethe entries and help readers understand the text. Each illustration also has a caption that gives additional information on the subject.
Packed with information, accessible in so many ways and on so many levels, Children‘s First Encyclopedia of Knowledge will become one of the most popular books in your family library.