Explore planet Earth like you've never known before with this perfect children's encyclopedia for a young explorer.
Forming part of a fantastic series of kid's educational books, this bold and brilliant kid's encyclopedia uses ground-breaking CGI imagery to reveal the world as you've never seen it before. Informative, diverse in subject matter, easy-to-read and brimming with beautiful graphics, young learners can explore the incredibly detailed cross-sections and cutaways that reveal the inner workings of the world around them, featuring floods, hurricanes, volcanoes, deserts and more.
This charming children's encyclopedia opens the world in new ways:
- Packed with facts, charts, timelines, and illustrations that cover a vast range of topics.
- Encompassing a visual approach with illustrations, photographs and extremely detailed 3D CGI images.
- Crystal clear text distills the key information.
- DK's encyclopedias are fact-checked by subject experts to offer accuracy beyond online sources of information.
Knowledge Encyclopedia: Earth! covers everything you need to know about Earth in glorious technicolour detail alongside easy explanations and fun facts to spark young minds to find out about our planet and how it works. The perfect encyclopedia for children aged 9-12, ideal for inquisitive minds, young learners can discover an array of fascinating facts, such as what's inside Earth, and why is it so hot under the surface? How did our planet come about, and what did it look like in the beginning? How are mountains formed and why are forests important? What happens when glaciers melt and how can we stop climate change?
Encourage youngsters to explore habitats and ecosystems - inside caves, among enormous redwoods, on the savannahs, or deep down under the oceans. This extraordinary encyclopedia fuels your imagination using its jaw-dropping visual approach to explain everything from what keeps Earth in its place to the great diversity of plants, animals, and people who live on it, why it is unique and how it is changing.
Publisher:Dorling Kindersley Ltd