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The Usborne Internet-Linked Children's Encyclopedia (First Encyclopedias)

   by Felicity Brooks / David Hancock / Carrie A. Seay

    E.D.C. Publishing
    01 May, 2003


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Reader review(s):

A Great Resource of the First Encyclopedia Series, August 5, 2004
I have never really like the cartoon pictures Usborne has used in the past, however these colorful pictures are very impressive. There are bright pictures on each page - the layout is orderly and informative, not overcrowded. The contents of this book seems to be a compilation of the other "First Encyclopedia" series with a few different pictures. I have noticed that some of the information from the original series has been omitted or moved to different sections.

The topics are: Our World, Animals and Plants, How Your Body Works, History, How People Live, Science, How Things Work, Space, Maps of the World, and a section on interesting facts.

It is big and chunky, so not a very friendly couch book like the actual series, although it is definetly a great resource. We use it as our science spine for elementary grades.

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