Knowledge Encyclopedia

November 3, 2017 - Comment

A bold new approach to family reference that uses 3-D rendered images to explore the wonders of the world in unprecedented detail—from such categories as space, the human body, and history. Created in association with the Smithsonian Institution and using the latest CGI technology to illustrate concepts, Knowledge Encyclopedia is divided into six chapters—Space, Earth,

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A bold new approach to family reference that uses 3-D rendered images to explore the wonders of the world in unprecedented detail—from such categories as space, the human body, and history.

Created in association with the Smithsonian Institution and using the latest CGI technology to illustrate concepts, Knowledge Encyclopedia is divided into six chapters—Space, Earth, Nature, Human Body, Science & Technology, and History & Culture. These chapters combine with a reference section in bringing a wide range of topics to life. Illustrated with fascinating facts, maps, timelines, and graphics, this reference book makes complex subjects easy to understand.

Knowledge Encyclopedia is the perfect resource for kids, whether to help with homework or to pique their curiosity.

Comments

Joseph Dewey says:

Best print encyclopedia I’ve seen in over 20 years Length:: 4:29 Mins 

Angela Leister says:

Great for everyone My son, who is 2.5, loves this book. He requested it from a picture on the back of an Animals book also by Smithsonian. He enjoys looking at the pictures, which are great, and likes to hear the facts, too.

Kesha Brown says:

Mommy approved My kids love it, so mommy is very happy. When I say get a book to read, this is one of the first ones they go and get. I’ve gone through it and enjoy the various subject matter myself. I think we need to continue to allow our children to be inquisitive, but properly guided in the right things.

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