World Book’s new beginner’s encyclopedia encourages exploration-based learning
CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–World Book, Inc., (www.worldbook.com), a leading publisher of children’s non-fiction book series, leading reference and digital learning platforms, today announced the new version of The Encyclopedia of Discovery 2022a beginner’s general reference AZ encyclopedia designed for elementary, English and differentiated learners.
Highlights of the encyclopedia set include:
Promotes understanding, knowledge retention, and inquiry skills necessary for successful learning
Includes index, map volume, quick fact boxes, special features and quiz-based activities
Contains easy-to-read articles about the countries of the world; US States; Canadian provinces and territories; famous people such as Simone Biles, Billie Eilish, Elon Musk and Greta Thunberg; and recent historical events such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement
In 13 hardcover books filled with accurate and reliable facts, The Encyclopedia of Discovery 2022 provides the latest information in formats suitable for school-aged learners. An excellent complement to World Book Online, these two resources provide students with reliable and easy-to-use information. Sharpen your critical thinking, hone your research skills, and learn more in-depth information on a specific topic with unbiased content written by experts. This is why we are one of the most trusted resources.
Commenting on our most recent product announcement, World Book Editorial Director Tom Evans said, “There is a real sense of security in being able to direct children to resources like encyclopedias! Encouraging young readers to develop their curiosity, this new encyclopedia is a great general A-Z source for research with colorful illustrations, pictures and maps throughout.
About World Book, Inc.: At World Book, we improve learning and reading for children around the world by developing trusted and engaging content to create products that will engage all ages at home, on the go, in the classroom or at the library. World Book, Inc., a subsidiary of The Scott Fetzer Company, is based in Chicago, Illinois.