Time for Kids: Almanac 2004by Editors of TIME For Kids Magazine, Curtis Slepian, Beth Rowan
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The TIME Almanac for Kids 2004 features authoritative information on a wide range of topics, from Animals to Countries of the World, from Dinosaurs to Harry Potter, from Presidents to Weather.
Ever wonder who invented chewing gum or how hurricanes are named? Where in the world is Machu Picchu? Who's the smartest of the dinosaurs? What are the Seven Wonders of the World? How tall is Yao Ming? Look no further. The 2004 TIME for Kids Almanac answers all these questions and thousands more.
The 2004 TIME for Kids Almanac also boasts dozens of new features, dazzling photos and fabulous illustrations. It's jam-packed with thousands of fascinating facts, exciting games and puzzles and maps. Check out the Homework Helper to find out the best way to study for a test, do homework, write an essay, biography or a research paper. Cool new features to the 2004 edition include a look back at the Wright brothers' pioneering flight, Lewis & Clark's excellent adventure, the first ascent of Mt. Everest, plus the hottest new inventions and the top books of 2002. An up-to-the-minute, must-have reference for kids and parents alike.
- Hachette Book Group
- Publication date:
- Edition description:
- 2004 with Fact Monster
- Product dimensions:
- 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.87(d)
- Age Range:
- 13 - 17 Years
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