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The Britannica All New Children’s Encyclopedia a Books for Topics October ‘Book of the Month’!

November 02, 2020

In exciting news, the Britannica All New Children’s Encyclopedia was selected as a Books for Topics ‘Book of the Month’ for October. The piece praises how informative the book is describing it as:

“A highly recommendable gift for children and an essential for KS2 classrooms or primary school libraries. While it may initially appeal as a fact-finder or a reference book, it will quickly charm its readers into enjoying the quest for knowledge as a pleasure pursuit and will become a popular choice for browsing, flicking through, dipping into and pondering deeply at knowns and known unknowns alike.”

The encyclopedia is clearly the perfect teaching tool which inspires a love of learning in young people. To buy a signed copy head to the What on Earth bookshop.


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