Catch their eyes and their minds will follow. "Wow: The Visual Encyclopedia of Everything" is a spectacular show-and-tell experience.
Every spread in this incredible book explores an encyclopedic subject in a unique way, through a thought-provoking collection of stunning photographic images.
Meet the family in a photo album of our mammal relatives.
A drawer full of prosthetic eyes brings to life the science of genetics.
An ice sculpture is used to illustrate states of matter.
Architectural marvels are displayed on a house of cards.
Space exploration is commemorated through a collection of world stamps.
There is something new to discover on every page. The visual "wow" of the photographic galleries is complemented by lively informative text, making it a delightful reference tool for children and adults alike.
The book is organized into classic encyclopedic subjects - nature, human body, science and technology, space, earth, people and places, history, and art and culture - with chapter branding for easy navigation.
Every chapter has been researched and verified by a team of specialist consultants and writers to deliver fascinating facts and figures alongside essential information. This comprehensive compendium is packed with the wow factor for the ultimate reference experience.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 304 pages, col. Illustrations
- Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
- Publication Date: 01/07/2008
- Category: Encyclopaedias (Children's/YA)
- ISBN: 9781405322485