My Encyclopedia of Very IMPORTANT THINGS
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I used to love encyclopedias when I was little – this looks fab #TriedTested
I was only explaining to my eldest the other week about life before Google! I remember using encyclopedias at school or even having Encarta at home. Sounds mad now.
Thanks for sharing your review on #TriedTested this week x
Wow this looks perfect for Oliver, he literally wants to know everything about everything. He’s just about to turn 4 in December and his preschool have basically said he’s extremely high achieving. He asks so many questions so it would be good to have a book to refer to about the kind of things he asks. At the moment we are resorting to YouTube videos aimed at children!
A good reminder to buy more non-fiction for my grandchildren.
This looks a really useful book.
My children’s father collected a load of children encyclopedia’s for when she was older- and she loves them! I’m not sure if they’re a little out of date since everything gets updated and rediscovered and scientists realise they were wrong about this and that etc but she loves reading through hers! and she’s a big internet user so that says something lol!) thanks for sharing #readwithme
These look fabulous. I will order these for my school library! Thanks for the post!
Love ‘the olden days’ – nothing like making you feel ancient! I do like my kids to have dictionaries, atlases and encyclopaedias and this one looks fun and interesting.
I love the look of this. I had a full Kids encyclopedia range as a child and they came in handy for homework for years. That was all pre internet but even now I think its great for kids to look things up in a book. #TriedTested
Sounds a great book. I had Junior Pears Encyclopedia as a child. Beyond that I either used my Dad’s one or looked at the ones in the library #readwithme
Love the idea of this as we rely so heavily on technology these days, I’m guilty of asking Google! Thanks for sharing with #ReadWIthMe
We have this too and it is our first port of call for so many things.