Britannica Enciclopedia Universal Ilustrada
The Britannica Enciclopedia Universal Ilustrada covers all fields of knowledge, including the arts, geography, philosophy, science, sports, and much more. Users will enjoy quick reference of 24,000 entries with over 2.5 million words. More than 4,800 images, graphs, and tables further enlighten students and clarify subject matter. The simple A-Z organization and clear descriptions will appeal to both Spanish speakers and students of Spanish.
The current edition of the French-language Encyclopædia Universalis has been hailed as an irreplaceable reference. One of the distinguishing features of this set is its intelligent structure. With more than 18,000 bibliographical notes, 50,000 entries, and 280,000 references, the 4-volume Index is the master key to this work. The 23-volume Corpus, with more than 6,000 in-depth articles on various subjects covering nearly every field, can be considered a summary of all knowledge.
Gran Enciclopedia Planeta
Beautiful images and extensive coverage of key subjects characterize the 20-volume Gran Enciclopedia Planeta. This comprehensive Spanish-language encyclopedia contains over 135,000 entries on a broad array of topics with a special emphasis on science, technology, geography, history, and art. Articles are simply organized with extensive cross-referencing, making this an excellent learning tool for bilingual students, native Spanish speakers, or students learning Spanish.
Encyclopædia Universalis presents its first publication for children, Universalis Junior, created in collaboration with education and childhood experts. Based on Britannica's new best-selling Britannica Student Encyclopedia, this 10-volume set covers subjects studied in school as well as topics of interest to children: historical figures and events, famous individuals and fictional heroes, cities and countries, plants and animals, people and cultures, science and technology, sports, and more. All children will benefit from consulting Universalis Junior for school assignments, out of curiosity, or for personal enrichment.