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First Encyclopedian of Our World (Usborne First Encyclopedia)

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Description for First Encyclopedian of Our World (Usborne First Encyclopedia) Hardcover. An ideal book for children with lots of questions about the world we live in, such as 'Why is the night dark?' 'What is snow?' and 'What is under the sea?' This charming encyclopedia is full of simple, easy-to-read text and lively, detailed illustrations, introducing young readers to the basic concepts of geography. Illustrator(s): Hancock, David. Series: Usborne First Encyclopaedias S. Num Pages: 64 pages, full colour illustrations throughout. BIC Classification: 5AD; YNN; YRG. Category: (JN) Preschool (0-5). Dimension: 282 x 218 x 12. Weight in Grams: 564.
A bright, lively introduction to our world with simple text, amazing photographs and detailed illustrations. Provides simple explanations to questions such as “Why is night dark?” “How do earthquakes happen?” and “What is under the sea?” Includes free downloadable pictures and internet links to carefully selected fun websites.

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About Felicity Brooks
Felicity has worked for Usborne for over 30 years and has written and edited hundreds of titles, from books on tractors to genetics, from Shakespeare to mental health, and plenty of sparkly unicorns. Felicity is an expert in making tricky topics friendly and accessible to young children and recently has been writing books that celebrate feelings, friendship, empathy, families, and ... Read more

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"Why is night dark”? “What’s under the sea?” “How do earthquakes happen?” This will help you out. Detailed images and simple text.
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