First Encyclopedia of Our World

Felicity Brooks

Age: 5+


Series: First Encyclopedias

First Encyclopedia of Our World

By: Felicity Brooks

Illustrated by David Hancock

Series : First Encyclopedias

Age 5+

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A bright, lively introduction to our world with simple text, amazing photographs and detailed illustrations. Provides simple explanations to questions such as “Why is night dark?” “How do earthquakes happen?” and “What is under the sea?” Includes free downloadable pictures and internet links to carefully selected fun websites.
64 pages
278.5 x 222.3mm
Hardback ISBN:
Key Stage:
KS1, KS2
Publication Date:
July 2010
Work Reference:
Felicity Brooks
Felicity has worked for Usborne for over 30 years and has written and edited hundreds of titles, from books on tractors to genetics, from Shakespeare to mental health, and plenty of sparkly unicorns. Felicity is an expert in making tricky topics friendly and accessible to young children and recently has been writing books that celebrate feelings, friendship, empathy, families, and diversity. When she's not writing or researching very specific details on dinosaurs, Felicity can be found tramping through fields and forests foraging for food or just curled up with a bag of Twiglets, a couple of cats and a crossword.

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"Why is night dark”? “What’s under the sea?” “How do earthquakes happen?” This will help you out. Detailed images and simple text.

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