‘My Encyclopedia of Very Important Things,’ from Dorling Kindersley Ltd.

Young children ask lots of questions and have minds like sponges, so what better to provide the answers they’re looking for than an encyclopedia designed especially with them in mind?

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This vibrant book is bursting with colourful guides, aimed at engaging young readers.  Full of wbeautiful photos, illustrations and interesting information, the pages will guide your child through the world they live in and to places far, far away.

Designed to support the Key Stage 1 curriculum, there are six different sections within: My Planet, Places, Animals, People, Me and Other Very Important Things.  Children will learn about everything from Our place in Space to the Top 10 Animals.

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Although specifically targeted at children just entering school, children younger or slightly older will still enjoy it.  A seven-year-old I showed this to, grabbed it from my hands and read it cover to cover, whilst a pre-school child loved looking at (and talking about) all the pictures.

The perfect first encyclopedia!

Library Girl.

*Thank you to Dorling Kindersley Ltd. for sending me this copy to review*

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