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In the Reading Corner: Christopher Lloyd Discusses the Britannica All New Children’s Encyclopedia

November 02, 2020

In this podcast episode Christopher Lloyd speaks to Nikki Gamble about the Britannica All New Children’s EncyclopediaListen to him explain why this encyclopedia, a trustworthy learning resource for young people, is needed now more than ever when it has become so difficult to distinguish between real and fake news. The episode covers design, expertise, structure, organisation and the economics of making a big project work financially.


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