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This fun-packed nature encyclopedia introduces children to every aspect of the natural world. Your child will learn how animals and plants live in harmony. Explore trees, plants, bugs, and all sorts of exciting habitats! Includes close-up photography and full-color illustrations.In this thrilling book, divided by habitat, children will discover polar regions, cool forests,This fun-packed nature encyclopedia introduces children to every aspect of the natural world. Your child will learn how animals and plants live in harmony. Explore trees, plants, bugs, and all sorts of exciting habitats! Includes close-up photography and full-color illustrations.In this thrilling book, divided by habitat, children will discover polar regions, cool forests, deserts, mountains, caves, oceans, and more.Features detailed information boxes and curiosity quizzes sure to inspire children and encourage a healthy curiosity about the world around them....

Title : First Nature Encyclopedia
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ISBN : 9780756614157
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 160 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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First Nature Encyclopedia Reviews

  • Laura
    2018-12-13 20:20

    Laura Sizemore LME 508Type of Reference: encyclopediaCall Number: 508Description: A new and exciting addition to the DK First Reference Series. This is fun and interesting encyclopedia that presents photo-illustrated facts on animals and plants around the world. The information is arranged by habitat, and featuring quiz questions on page bottoms and hands-on activity suggestions.Review Citation:Glantz, S. (2007). [Review of the book First Nature Encyclopedia]. Library Media Connection, 25(4), 86.Criteria: Scope: The purpose of this selection is to provide a signal volume of photo-illustrated facts about animals and plants around the world for student in Kindergarten through third grade.Accuracy: DK Publishing is a New York Times bestselling publisher known for its distinctive, highly visual books that inform, inspire, and entertain readers of all ages. They are a well-know and reputable publisher for reference resources.Arrangement and Presentation: Presents photo-illustrated facts and includes an index for quick reference. The book is ideal for primary students because it is divided into habitats. Each habitat shows the plants and living things that thrive there. Each page has special features such a hands-on activities, questions to be answered on the next page, and information on where to do further research.Relation to similar works: This would provide a great addition the reference section with a single volume dedicated to a topic that is widely searched in the elementary grades and often assigned for research projects. This will provide a more visually appealing presentation of information for visual learners than the general multivolume set of encyclopedias. This is a great beginning resource for early researchers.Timeliness and permanence: With its most recent publication being in 2006, this reference may be considered a little dated, however, with its information being so general and on a topic such at natural science, it would not need to be updated as often at the general multivolume encyclopedias would be. Accessibility/Diversity: Appeals to young students in grade K-3. With dramatic artwork, a visual design that organizes the information into clear sections is a perfect guide to the natural world for today’s visual learners, beginning readers, struggling readers. With 128 pages, it is small enough for the younger students to use and enjoy.Cost: At 15.99, the cost is reasonable and would be a wonderful tool for content research projects and teaching information skills. This can continue to be a content resource for many years before it will need updating.