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2022 World Book Encyclopedia

2022 World Book Encyclopedia

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Volumes: 22

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The World Book Encyclopedia is the only general A-Z print research source still published today.

Every year, World Book’s editors refresh the encyclopedia by adding new and timely articles as well as updating articles of continuing relevance. Fact-finding skills are more important today than ever, which is why the World Book encyclopedia continues to be the foundation of libraries and learning institutions across the globe.

Whether you are looking up information to understand a subject or checking a fact for a homework assignment, answers are here! Tens of thousands of index entries make it easy to find information wherever it is in the set. Abundant colourful photos, diagrams, charts, tables, and maps supplement the easy-to-read text.

Hundreds of article updates including extensive revisions to Aboriginal peoples of Australia, Stolen Generation, Electronic game, Literature for children, Olympic Games, and Segregation.

Expert contributors, advisors, and subject area specialists ensure readability and accuracy.

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SKU: 10049
ISBN: 978-0-7166-0122-7
Pages: 14,000+

  • Hundreds of article updates including extensive revisions to Aboriginal peoples of Australia, Stolen Generation, Electronic game, Literature for children, Olympic Games, and Segregation.
  • Revised to reflect recent palaeontology findings, the Dinosaur article includes an in-depth look into the life cycle of a dinosaur and detailed descriptions of dinosaur classifications.
  • Revised animal articles include Giant Kangaroo, Glider, and Tasmanian Devil.
  • Revised country, city and state articles include, Melbourne, Sydney, Tasmania, New Zealand, Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, Solomon Islands, New Caledonia, Norfolk Island, New Guinea, and Vanuatu.
  • Timely new biographies include children's author Kwame Alexander, actor Chadwick Boseman, basketball star Stephen Curry, and the youngest poet to read at a presidential inauguration, Amanda Gorman.
  • More than 25,000 photographs, illustrations, diagrams, and maps.