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Britannica Illustrated Science Library

Ages:
10 and up
Volumes:
18
Pages:
1,860
Images:
18,000
Binding:
Hard cover
Weight:
12.30 kg
ISBN:
978-1-615-354-566
Price:
$499.00

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An engaging 18-volume set that explains key scientific topics for
ages 10 and up

Revised with 2 new volumes! The Britannica Illustrated Science Library covers today's most popular
science topics, from digital TV to microchips to touchscreens and beyond. As one of the most visually
compelling science sets that students can enjoy, it covers earth science, life science, and physical science in 18
volumes. Created for grades 5-9, each volume provides an overview on the subject and thoroughly explains it through
detailed and powerful graphics, turning complex subjects into visual information that students can quickly grasp.
Students will be captivated by more than 18,000 unforgettable images-over 1,000 per volume-that simplify and engage,
ultimately providing a thorough understanding of each important topic. Each volume contains an Index and a glossary
with full definitions for vocabulary help.

Vivid, detailed Illustrations makes this set unique

Students will be captivated by more than 18,000 amazing illustrations that make each subject come to life.

Comprehensive coverage of important science topics

The set includes the key science subjects that students need to know about, such as Weather and Climate, the Human Body,
Space, Technology, and other essential topics. Young learners will gain a confident and solid understanding of science.

Clear organisation makes learning easy

Each topic includes a brief, informative overview and then immerses students in the details with the help of stunning visual diagrams.

Title include:

  • Universe
  • Rocks and Minerals
  • Volcanoes and Earthquakes
  • Weather and Climate
  • Evolution and Genetics
  • Plants, Algae, and Fungi
  • Invertebrates
  • Fish and Amphibians
  • Reptiles and Dinosaurs
  • Birds
  • Mammals
  • Human Body I
  • Human Body II
  • Energy and Movement
  • Technology
  • Space Exploration
  • Ecology
  • Environment

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