World Book encyclopedias
set the standard for modern encyclopedia and learning, with articles rich in content and images. A list of related World Book articles encourages readers to broaden their study of a subject. Many articles also include booklists that lead the user to further reading on the subject. These lists of books have been carefully selected to represent the most current, balanced scholarship.
Plus, a list of questions at the end of major articles reviews important information in the article. The questions are designed to reinforce understanding of the major areas of the topic. If you've tried other encyclopedias and found them dull and uninspiring, then take a look at World Book
encyclopedias; the clear, well written topics (checked by more than 3,000 experts) make each subject come alive, and the numerous photographs and charts add depth not found in other encyclopedia publications
World Book Encyclopedia
is an outstanding, beautifully illustrated, current general reference source for all age levels. The best encyclopedia is the one that gets used - and World Book has expended much effort studying the habits of readers, school curricula, and patterns of classroom use to ensure that this encyclopedia is one that will indeed be used.
For over 80 years, World Book
has been committed to publishing encyclopedias and references that meet the highest standards of editorial excellence while keeping pace with the technological developments that define the computer age. Today you can order, or simply peruse, all of the World Book publications online, at the World Book website
presents a universe of information. From A to Z, the world of knowledge unfolds. World Book articles are written clearly. They're concise and interesting...packed with facts instead of adjectives. And because each article is tightly written, there are more of them in each volume.
- Authored and edited by 3,700 experts
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- Updated more than any other reference source
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