Usborne encyclopedias provide the essential information and general knowledge that children need to know, enhanced with links to websites that bring the information to life with video clips, virtual tours and games.
These stimulating reference books are filled with accessible information and colourful photos and illustrations. QR links for each topic take you instantly to video clips and other multimedia content.
An inspiring reference book for young readers to pore over, covering a wide range of topics from art and animals to new technology. Arranged thematically and illustrated with over 1500 colourful photos, illustrations and diagrams. QR codes provide instant access via a mobile phone or tablet to 150 video clips of animals, space, places round the world and more, which enhance the information in the book. An additional 650 internet links via the Usborne Quicklinks website take children to websites with online activities, games and further information.
A comprehensive science reference book covering key topics from gravity, flight and floating to genes and DNA, with clearly written explanations and superb photographs and illustrations. QR codes for each topic provide instant access via a mobile phone or tablet to over 180 video clips of experiments, animals in their habitats and animated lessons that enhance the information in the book. Includes links to an additional 1000 recommended websites for further study and homework help via the Usborne Quicklinks website. With a glossary of 1,500 scientific terms, as well as key dates and biographies of scientists and inventors, and 140 simple experiments for children to try at home. An exciting reference book that will stimulate children’s curiosity and inspire the scientists of the future.
A superb reference book, likely to encourage much happy browsing as well as to provide solid information to support school work. Lovereading4kids.co.uk review of the Usborne Science Encyclopedia
Children will love discovering the answers beneath the 50 flaps in each book, and there are internet links to find out more too.
Inquisitive kids and puzzled parents alike will love Lift-the-Flap Questions and Answers. curiousmum.co.uk
A pocket-sized paperback that all the family can enjoy, with general knowledge questions such as What is the human body’s biggest organ?, Which of these cities is NOT built on a cluster of islands? and What was Florence Nightingale’s nickname? Answers are listed at the back of the book.
Everyone loves a quiz and each of these is virtually guaranteed to contain a question that will catch you out. LoveReading4Kids review of General knowledge quizzes
A fascinating guide to the Roman World and its dramatic history, government, army, religion and everyday life. Stunning photographs and detailed illustrations create a vivid picture of life in Ancient Rome. Includes a contents list and index, and a comprehensive fact-finder with a time chart, “who’s who?” and details of recent archaeological finds. Over 100 Internet links allow readers to visit specially selected websites with additional information, perfect for school reports or independent learning.