Children’s Encyclopedia (Encyclopedias)

October 3, 2019 - Comment

The best of both worlds: a traditional reference book to keep and pore over, plus the best and most up-to-date information on the web, accessed via the Usborne Quicklinks site and QR codes. A reference book for young readers covering a wide range of topics from art and animals to new technology. Arranged thematically and

The best of both worlds: a traditional reference book to keep and pore over, plus the best and most up-to-date information on the web, accessed via the Usborne Quicklinks site and QR codes. A reference book for young readers covering a wide range of topics from art and animals to new technology. Arranged thematically and illustrated with over 1500 photos, illustrations and diagrams., QR codes allow readers to access hundreds of carefully selected websites, downloadable pictures and quizzes – straight to a mobile phone or tablet. All internet links are thoroughly researched, checked and monitored for quality and online safety.

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Anonymous says:

Excellent bookl Bought this book for my 6 year old grandson for his birthday in a few months. I am very impressed with the content. The pictures are beautiful and the information is easy to read and understand for young children. The QR code links are very good. I have already tried some myself! It is packed with interesting facts on a variety of subjects including world history, geography, natural history, cultures, science and even space travel and the planets. I am sure he is going to love this book…

Anonymous says:

A superb product! Excellent book!Bought for my seven year old step daughter and she really likes it.It has interactive QC codes on the pages that link to high quality online videos with masses of extra information. It’s a great source of knowledge for any young mind and it’s made fun and up to date bringing almost a 3D experience to its reader. A very clever touch.Very highly recommended book with hours of interactive fact finding included.A superb product.

Anonymous says:

children’s encyclopedia Bought this for my 5 year old grandson who started asking questions like what’s gravity, what are clouds made of and why does it rain? He loves the pictures and gets help reading the text and he and his Mum and Dad are all having fun learning things.

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