With almost 200 added pages and eye-catching and information rich special features, The Discovery Encyclopedia is ideal for introducing important research skills to young learners and visual learners. More than 3,300 colourful illustrations, diagrams, and maps enrich thousands of articles relevant to the curriculum.
Key features include:
- Elements found in adult reference works, such as cross references, guide words, pronunciation guides, and an index, help develop necessary research skills.
- Entries chosen with the advice and assistance of teachers, school librarians, readability specialists, and other educators.
- A cumulative index and an atlas of world maps in volume 13.
- Articles that engage students of all ages, including those in adult education and ESL programs.
- Alphabetical arrangement and bold, clean design help students find topics easily.
- Maps, tables, charts, and diagrams are clear and easy to understand.
- Dozens of beautifully illustrated special articles on such high-interest topics as dinosaurs, human body, endangered species, Internet, moon, rain forests, and ancient Rome.
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