Librarians, teachers, and parents consistently rank the World Book Encyclopedia as the best in the industry. Its design and structure make it easy-to-use, and the highly illustrated format gives the encyclopedia a vast appeal to a broad range of readers.
World Book editors present the comprehensive information in a clear, direct style that makes each article both educational and understandable. Articles start with relatively basic information and advance in complexity as they progress. This edition’s black binding thrills the reader with its timeless quality.
More than 27,500 vivid photographs and illustrations accent the detailed, highly readable text
Over 3,800 expert contributors collaborated with the World Book's editors and researchers to ensure that articles are accurate and reflect current scholarship
Experience the joy of learning as you page through the reference tool, ranging from Chicago to China, Jazz to Jefferson, Civil Rights to Civil War, and everything in between. The World Book Encyclopedia is not only a great reference set, but also an entertaining collection students will find themselves browsing through after their initial research is done
The 2006 edition continues the tradition of editorial excellence. Highlighting this year’s edition are revised and expanded articles on Arabs, Volcano, and the planet Jupiter. Also enjoy the new articles on Arab Americans, Computer virus, Eating disorder, and Search engine, among many others
More than 2,200 colorful, cartographically accurate maps contain contemporary political borders along with topographic, economic, and historical details
|Publisher||World Book, Inc.|
|From the Series||No|
|Grade Range||High/College and Up|