Children's Illustrated Encyclopedia, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0756672546
  • ISBN-13: 9780756672546
  • DDC: 031
  • Grade Level Range: 3rd Grade - 5th Grade
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  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released January 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2010

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Overview

Specially revised in consultation with experts in each field, this updated and revised edition of the Children's Illustrated Encyclopedia brings this encyclopedia into a new era. With updated advances in technology, scientific breakthroughs, space missions and discoveries, map updates that show political, social, and ecological changes around the world, plus more than 5,000 safe Internet links, children and their parents now have a multimedia DK reference book for research, reports, homework help, and fun.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
How to Use the Website.
1: Abolitionist Movement.
2: Aboriginal Australians.
3: Africa.
4: History of Africa.
5: African Americans.
6: Aircraft.
7: Alexander the Great.
8: Alphabets.
9: American Revolution.
10: Animals.
11: Animal Senses.
12: Antarctica.
13: Ants and Termites.
14: Archaeology.
15: Architecture.
16: Arctic.
17: Argentina.
18: Armor.
19: Asia.
20: History of Asia.
21: Assyrians.
22: Astronauts and Space Travel.
23: Astronomy.
24: Atlantic Ocean.
25: Atmosphere.
26: Atoms and Molecules.
27: Australia.
28: History of Australia.
29: Austria.
30: Aztecs.
31: Babylonians.
32: Baltic States and Belarus.
33: Barbarians.
34: Clara Barton.
35: Baseball.
36: Basketball.
37: Bats.
38: Bears and Pandas.
39: Bees and Wasps.
40: Beetles.
41: Benin Kingdom.
42: Big Bang.
43: Biology.
44: Birds.
45: Black Death.
46: Black Holes.
47: Brain and Nerves.
48: Brazil.
49: Bridges.
50: Bronze Age.
51: Buddhism.
52: Butterflies and Moths.
53: Byzantine Empire.
54: Julius Caesar.
55: Cameras.
56: Animal Camouflage.
57: Canada.
58: History of Canada.
59: Caribbean.
60: Cars.
61: Castles.
62: Cats.
63: Caucasus Republics.
64: Caves.
65: Celts.
66: Central Africa.
67: Central America.
68: Central Asia.
69: Charlemagne.
70: Chemistry.
71: China.
72: Christianity.
73: Sir Winston Churchill.
74: Cities.
75: Civil Rights.
76: Civil War.
77: Climates.
78: Clocks and Watches.
79: Coal.
80: Cold War.
81: Colombia.
82: Colonial America.
83: Color.
84: Christopher Columbus.
85: Comets and Meteors.
86: Communism.
87: Composers.
88: Computers.
89: Congress.
90: Conquistadors.
91: Conservation and Endangered Species.
92: Constitution.
93: Continents.
94: James Cook.
95: Corals, Anemones, and Jellyfish.
96: Crabs and other Crustaceans.
97: Crocodiles and Alligators.
98: Crusades.
99: Dams.
100: Dance.
101: Charles Darwin.
102: Declaration of Independence.
103: Deep-Sea Wildlife.
104: Democracy.
105: Depression of the 1930s.
106: Desert Wildlife.
107: Digestion.
108: Dinosaurs.
109: Disease.
110: Dogs, Wolves, and Foxes.
111: Drugs.
112: Ears.
113: Earth.
114: Earthquakes.
115: East Africa.
116: Ecology and Food Webs.
117: Thomas Edition.
118: Ancient Egypt.
119: Albert Einstein.
120: Electricity.
121: Electronics.
122: Elephants.
123: Elizabeth I.
124: Energy.
125: Engines.
126: English Civil War.
127: Europe.
128: European Union.
129: History of Europe.
130: Evolution.
131: Explorers.
132: Eyes.
133: Farm Animals.
134: Farming.
135: History of Farming.
136: Fish.
137: Fishing Industry.
138: Flies and Mosquitoes.
139: Animal Flight.
140: Flowers and Herbs.
141: Football.
142: Force and Motion.
143: Forest Wildlife.
144: Fossils.
145: France.
146: Benjamin Franklin.
147: French Revolution.
148: Frogs and Other Amphibians.
149: Fruits and Seeds.
150: Gas.
151: Genetics.
152: Geology.
153: Germany.
154: Glaciers and Ice Caps.
155: Glass and Ceramics.
156: Government and Politics.
157: Grassland Wildlife.
158: Gravity.
159: Greece.
160: Ancient Greece.
161: Habsburgs.
162: Health and Fitness.
163: Heart and Blood.
164: Heat.
165: Helicopters.
166: Hibernation.
167: Hinduism.
168: Hispanic Americans.
169: Hockey.
170: Holidays.
171: Holocaust.
172: Horses Zebras, and Asses.
173: Human Body.
174: Human Rights.
175: Immigration.
176: Incas.
177: India and Subcontinent.
178: Indian Ocean.
179: Industrial Revolution.
180: Indus Valley Civilization.
181: Information Technology.
182: Insects.
183: Internet.
184: Inuits.
185: Iran.
186: Ireland.
187: Iron Age.
188: Iron and Steel.
189: Islam.
190: Israel.
191: Italy.
192: Japan.
193: Thomas Jefferson.
194: Jesus Christ.