Following on from last week’s encyclopedia instalment all about the human body, children can now hop aboard a time machine.
‘The Wonderful World of Knowledge – From Stone Age to Space Age’ starts 65 million years ago when prehistoric dinosaurs roamed the earth and take us up to present day.
Little minds will be fascinated by the latest volume which includes chapters on cavemen, the Ancient Egyptians and the Roman Empire.
All major civilizations are touched upon and there is something for everyone, from tales from foot soldiers in the Second World War to the ways of African tribes.
The full colour, 52-page volume concludes with the space age, telling not only of Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, but of problems society faces today.
From New Zealand Maori people to Japanese geisha girls, youngsters can learn about them all alongside helpful diagrams, tables and graphs.
The full index at the back of is great for helping little ones with their school projects and homework.
The encyclopedia, which is part four of a 24 book set, came in handy for P3 pupils at Langlees Primary.
The class is learning about Ancient Egypt and recently started an enterprise venture in which they sold jewellery similar to that worn in Egypt to their classmates,
The volume includes information about the pyramids, mummies and tombs and is a useful learning tool.
To purchase ‘The Wonderful World of Knowledge – From Stone Age to Space Age’ for just £2.99, cut out the coupon below and take it to a participating newsagents.
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