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Did You Know?

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Published: 21 Jul 2014

Description

Do You Know? is a children's first reference, bringing nature, science, history, and geography to life with lavish 3-D digital illustrations. It focuses on what children actually want to know. While full of all the key facts you'd expect from a children's encyclopedia-from ancient history to the living world-spreads are based on questions that children ask, such as "why does it rain?". Answers are provided through clear text explanations, with eye-catching CGI artworks and photographs, making it an ideal first reference.

Book features:
3-D digital illustrations

WIP TOC:
Topics covered:
PLANET EARTH
Inside the Earth
Volcanoes
Earthquakes
Rocks and minerals
The water cycle
The atmosphere Weather
PREHISTORIC WORLD
Extinct animals
Before the dinosaurs
Crawling onto the land
The age of the dinosaurs
What is a dinosaur?
Plant eaters
Meat eaters
Monsters of the deep
Flying reptiles
How fossils form
The Ice Age
Living dinosaurs
LIVING WORLD
What is an animal?
Mammals Birds
Amphibians
Reptiles
Fish
Insects
Invertebrates
Animal homes
What is a plant?
How plants work
Fungi
Microlife
Food chains
Habitats
Polar lands
Forests
Grasslands
Deserts
Mountains Rivers and lakes Oceans
SPACE
The universe
Our place in space
Rockets and space travel
The Moon
Working in space
Exploring Mars
The Sun
Stars and galaxies
SCIENCE
Natural energy cycles
Matter and materials
Atoms and molecules
Chemical reactions
Energy
Electricity
Light and sound
Forces and movement
Machines
HISTORY OF PEOPLE
Early people
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Roman gladiators
The Vikings
Aztecs, Incas, and Maya
Knights and castles
20th century
PEOPLE AND SOCIETY
Religious life
Writing and printing
Art and architecture
Music
Theater and dance
Sport and leisure
Working people

ISBN: 9781465420459 Pages: 160
Size: 215.9 x 276.225mm Age: From 6 To 8 years

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Do You Know? is a children's first reference, bringing nature, science, history, and geography to life with lavish 3-D digital illustrations. It focuses on what children actually want to know. While full of all the key facts you'd expect from a children's encyclopedia-from ancient history to the living world-spreads are based on questions that children ask, such as "why does it rain?". Answers are provided through clear text explanations, with eye-catching CGI artworks and photographs, making it an ideal first reference.

Book features:
3-D digital illustrations

WIP TOC:
Topics covered:
PLANET EARTH
Inside the Earth
Volcanoes
Earthquakes
Rocks and minerals
The water cycle
The atmosphere Weather
PREHISTORIC WORLD
Extinct animals
Before the dinosaurs
Crawling onto the land
The age of the dinosaurs
What is a dinosaur?
Plant eaters
Meat eaters
Monsters of the deep
Flying reptiles
How fossils form
The Ice Age
Living dinosaurs
LIVING WORLD
What is an animal?
Mammals Birds
Amphibians
Reptiles
Fish
Insects
Invertebrates
Animal homes
What is a plant?
How plants work
Fungi
Microlife
Food chains
Habitats
Polar lands
Forests
Grasslands
Deserts
Mountains Rivers and lakes Oceans
SPACE
The universe
Our place in space
Rockets and space travel
The Moon
Working in space
Exploring Mars
The Sun
Stars and galaxies
SCIENCE
Natural energy cycles
Matter and materials
Atoms and molecules
Chemical reactions
Energy
Electricity
Light and sound
Forces and movement
Machines
HISTORY OF PEOPLE
Early people
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Roman gladiators
The Vikings
Aztecs, Incas, and Maya
Knights and castles
20th century
PEOPLE AND SOCIETY
Religious life
Writing and printing
Art and architecture
Music
Theater and dance
Sport and leisure
Working people

ISBN: 9781465420459 Pages: 160
Size: 215.9 x 276.225mm From 6 To 8 years

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