Illustrated Family Encyclopedia by DK PublishingThe Illustrated Family Encyclopedia is the comprehensive learning resource for all the family. Designed with an A-Z arrangement for easy access to information, a 20,000 word index and fact-packed reference section with over 12,000 stunning colour photographs and illustrations.
Compiled by expert authors, consultants and specialists, the encyclopedia features over 5,000 entries and 600 extended articles on every aspect of human knowledge, divided into five main areas: Science and the Universe; the Natural World; the World of People; the Atlas of the World and the History of Humankind.
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Illustrated Family Encyclopedia
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