One Million Things, 1st Edition

  • Peter Chrisp
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  • ISBN-10: 0756652588
  • ISBN-13: 9780756652586
  • DDC: 031
  • Grade Level Range: 3rd Grade - 12th Grade
  • 304 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2008 | Published/Released February 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2008

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About

Overview

Inside is a stunning, comprehensive visual encyclopedia featuring gorgeous photography that not only illustrates, but educates. This encyclopedia is driven by its striking imagery that brings more than one million things to light. It is a crucial addition to homes and classrooms alike. In true DK fashion, the photography in this book does all the talking. The encyclopedia features more than one million things! Rather than string together multiple photos of objects, the Visual Encyclopedia features sweeping single-shots that encompass a multitude of objects, making for a seamless and striking presentation

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
1: Nature.
2: Plants.
3: Trees.
4: Flowers.
5: Fruits.
6: Fungi.
7: Animal Kingdom.
8: Plankton.
9: Insects.
10: Insect Anatomy.
11: Fish.
12: Feeding.
13: Crustaceans.
14: Amphibians.
15: Life Cycles.
16: Attack and Defense.
17: Reptiles.
18: Mollusks.
19: Shells.
20: Birds.
21: Eggs.
22: Movement.
23: Living Together.
24: Mammals.
25: Sleep.
26: Skulls.
27: Human Body.
28: Cells.
29: Skeleton.
30: Muscles.
31: Body Systems.
32: Respiration.
33: Blood.
34: Skin, Hair, and Nails.
35: Brain.
36: Senses.
37: Reproduction.
38: Genetics.
39: Nutrition.
40: Health.
41: Science and Technology.
42: Elements.
43: Molecules.
44: Acids and Bases.
45: Chemical Reactions.
46: States of Matter.
47: Water.
48: Materials.
49: Gravity.
50: Dynamics.
51: Magnetism.
52: Electricity.
53: Electromagnetic Spectrum.
54: Color.
55: Machines.
56: Technology.
57: Robots.
58: Transportation.
59: Scientists.
60: Space.
61: Universe.
62: Galaxies.
63: Stars.
64: Constellations.
65: Sun.
66: Planets.
67: Moons.
68: Comets.
69: Meteorites.
70: Telescopes.
71: Space Exploration.
72: Space Travelers.
73: Earth.
74: Planet Earth.
75: Plate Tectonics.
76: Volcanoes.
77: Earthquakes.
78: Mountains.
79: Oceans.
80: Rocks and Minerals.
81: Gems.
82: Metals.
83: Fossils.
84: Dinosaurs.
85: Weather.
86: Erosion.
87: Rivers.
88: Caves.
89: Climate Zones.
90: Farm Crops.
91: Environment.
92: People and Places.
93: Africa.
94: Asia.
95: North America.
96: South America.
97: Europe.
98: Australasia.
99: Antarctica.
100: Flags.
101: Maps.
102: Alliances.
103: Economy.
104: The State.
105: Us Presidents.
106: Religion.
107: Festivals.
108: Cities.
109: Extreme Living.
110: History.
111: Prehistory.
112: First Civilizations.
113: Classical World.
114: Medieval Life.
115: American Civilizations.
116: Seafarers.
117: War.
118: Revolutions.
119: Industrial Revolution.
120: Disease.
121: Money.
122: 20th Century.
123: Art and Culture.
124: Art.
125: Architecture.
126: Symbols.
127: Language.
128: Literature.
129: Media.
130: Photography.
131: Theater.
132: Movies.
133: Dance.
134: Music.
135: Orchestra.
136: Sports.
137: Reference.
138: Nature.
139: Human body.
140: Science and Technology.
141: Space.
142: Earth.
143: People and places.
144: History.
145: Art and Culture.
Index.
Acknowledgments.