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An ideal homework aid or simply fun reading, this colorful and exciting reference book is every child and teenager's guide to topics ranging fromanimals tomusic to sports.
• Faces and Places
• Homework Help
• Movies and TV
• Music and Dance
• Nations of the World
• and much more
The World Almanac® for Kids is the best-selling reference book for kids, with more than 3.5 million copies sold. Filled with thousands of fun, fascinating facts and essential homework help on a wide range of subjects, this full-color almanac has been completely updated and is packed with puzzles, games, activities, maps, Web sites, and much more to get young readers excited about learning.
The World Almanac® for Kids 2011 is arranged by subject, providing timely and timeless information on popular subjects such as animals, science, sports, music, U.S. history, and more. This user-friendly book is an ideal homework aid and a joy to read for kids and adults alike. Readers will find out what's hot for 2011 with photographs and facts about their favorite sports and entertaiment superstars.
Praise for the previous editions:
"Up to date and colorful enough for even the most TV- and Web-savvy kids." —Associated Press
"About as close to a single-volume guide to everything as you'll ever find. Packed with information, it presents its facts with all the excitement of a game show."—Family Fun Magazine
"Buying The World Almanac for Kids® is quite possibly the best investment you'll make all year."—Children's Digest
Posted May 7, 2011
My oldest daughter has used these for school and for fun. They are filled with very interesting information about the Countries, Flags, Populations, current events, etc. and have really been nice as an additional research aid for projects, as much as entertainment. I don't want my kids to enjoy worldly things and people that are not in line with our Faith and I am cautious about what my children are exposed to because of the lack of Godliness and morals these days, these seem to be safe for kids to learn from and enjoy! Further, though the Internet is a vast resource, you have to be careful with what and where you are researching! Plus, it is still nice to hold some books in your hands once in a while!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.