Britannica Student Encyclopedia 2015
Encourage exploration with a lively new encyclopedia for Ages 8-12.
Updated for 2015, the Britannica Student Encyclopedia is the perfect resource for homework help and assignments for ages 8-12. Students will immerse themselves in 2,250 captivating articles plus thousands of photos, charts, and tables that help explain concepts and subjects.This edition features new articles on a variety of subjects, including Australia, David Beckham, Barack Obama, Syria, Egypt, Libya, Mars, the Pope, and the Williams Sisters. Also new to the encyclopedia is a detailed world time zone map and a map for the Cold War. Students can look up information using A to Z articles, colour-coded content, or a detailed index.
Entertaining and informative, the new Britannica Student Encyclopedia helps school children gain a better understanding of their world. More than 2,250 captivating articles are the perfect resource for homework help, assignments, and satisfying the curiosity of young learners. Children are sure to immerse themselves in 2,700 photos, charts, and tables that help explain concepts and subjects, as well as 1,200 maps and flags from across the globe.
Topics to satisfy every curious learner
A variety of articles - including Africa, beetle, Beijing, Great Barrier Reef, ice skating,kite, memory, Mt. Fuji, New Zealand, papaya, Pablo Picasso, J.K. Rowling, Global Warming, and much more - will appeal to all students.
Knowledge is easily accessible
A clear organisation offers students several ways of looking up information, including an index, A-Z articles, and a subject browse.
Fun features for young learners
Timelines and more than 650 “Did You Know?” features intrigue children and encourage them to keep learning, questioning, and wondering.
- A-Z format
- Charts & tables
...An attractive and engaging set,with just the right amount of information...should be on the shelf of every library.
-Booklist, September ‘10