1000 Questions and Answers

1000 Questions and Answers

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by Nicola Baxter
     
 
Filled with fascinating facts about life on Earth, this big book of questions and answers is the perfect reference for children beginning school. The early grades are the perfect time to introduce youngsters to a good, encyclopedic-style reference book, but some balk at the dry text of many conventionally-formatted volumes. This captivating book opens a whole new

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Filled with fascinating facts about life on Earth, this big book of questions and answers is the perfect reference for children beginning school. The early grades are the perfect time to introduce youngsters to a good, encyclopedic-style reference book, but some balk at the dry text of many conventionally-formatted volumes. This captivating book opens a whole new world as children enthusiastically turn through its pages!

Covering a variety of topics and written in an engaging style, the volume ranges from the Big Bang to the present day, presenting information in substantive paragraphs that are fun to read and easy to digest. Kids will discover what happened to the dinosaurs, what causes thunderstorms, and how to become an astronaut or a weather forecaster. From planets to pyramids, from tides to time zones, and from Galileo to galaxies, here are the answers to the questions children ask most about the world in which they live. 9 1/4" x 12". Full-color pictures. Ages 8-12

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780760706060
Publisher:
Barnes & Noble
Publication date:
09/15/1997
Edition description:
Only from B&N
Pages:
192
Age Range:
4 - 8 Years

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1000 Questions and Answers 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There is no way that 'billions of people still die each year from lack of food or medical care'. We only have 6 billion people in the world and she says we'll have 10 billion in the near future. This means we'd have to have over 3 billion children born each year. This is impossible.