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.
Teaching Ages 7 and Up the Basics of Reading and Research
This engaging set is structured to allow younger children to master reading with progressively complex vocabulary, clear and illustrative explanations, and carefully selected design elements that organize content and facilitate comprehension.
Invigorates Young Learners
More than 3,000 photographs, drawings, charts, tables, and maps create a lively environment for children that will encourage learning.