What We Know & What We Don’t! An amazing 424-page compendium of knowledge to satisfy all curious minds! Packed full of incredible facts you can trust, this All New Kids’ Encyclopedia celebrates Britannica’s return to printed books.
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“Tech-free educational fun.”
"Gorgeously illustrated, filled with information and NOT Eurocentric. Touches on plenty of learning styles and even includes a quiz for each chapter. Well done. Excellent gift choice for curious kids & families."
“This book of amazing facts you can trust will provide hundreds of hours of fun learning for curious children and their families.”
"A refreshing transparency distinguishes Britannica’s All New Kids’ Encyclopedia, from the ultrasmart subtitle to the mini profiles of its experts. Visually driven, with factoids, lists, infographics, even quizzes."
"Just to say my order - the Britannica All New Children's Encyclopedia - arrived today. It is excellent, very well presented and accessible information. Thank you very much for getting it sent out this week, perfect timing for our granddaughter's birthday! She will be delighted."
"What on Earth has reported 'astonishing demand' for its first collaboration with Britannica Inc, the Britannica All New Children's Encyclopedia: What We Know & What We Don't. The book sold 6,000 copies in its first week on sale. In the US, forward orders ahead of publication on 13 October are more than 21,000 copies. In Australia, where What on Earth's titles are distributed by Walker Books, there are orders for 5,000 copies. Reprints are in hand: 20,000 copies for the US and 15,000 for the UK."
“True to Britannica’s rigorous approach, every page has been verified by an expert consultant from a group of more than 100 specialists in their fields. This volume features over 1,000 stunning photographs and illustrations and hundreds of astonishing facts to captivate even the most digitally dependent children.”
“Unlike some other publications of its ilk, the Britannica All New Kids' Encyclopedia … uses a narrative format to tell the story of the world from the beginning of time to the present day and even into the future. It covers history, STEM subjects, animals, and more.”
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