Published by DK Children
Packed with more than 1,000 incredible images and full of fascinating facts, this children's book takes you on an visual and vibrant journey of all the chemical elements that make up our world.
This eye-catching encyclopedia for kids is the perfect guide to the 118 chemical elements of the periodic table, for budding young scientists to explore. It explores the naturally occurring elements, as well as the man-made ones, and explains their properties and uses. This engaging encyclopedia for children aged 9-12, shows the many natural forms of each element, as well as a wide range of both everyday and unexpected objects in which it is found, making each element relevant to the child's world!
Celebrate your child's curiosity as they explore:
-Striking and detailed diagrams, drawings and illustrations on every page
-Highly visual approach to learning
-Ideal combination of colourful diagrams with infographic text boxes
-Showcases chemical elements in their pure and raw forms
This captivating kids encyclopedia takes a look at all 118 elements on the periodic table, from Hydrogen to Helium, Potassium to Polonium, calcium to carbon and so much more! The striking illustrations, photographs and diagrams featured throughout provide an optimum visual learning experience for both children and adults alike, accompanied by an array of fun facts all about your favourite elements, and lesser known ones like Terbium, Thallium and Boron - with easy-to-read accessible text for readers aged 9-12, yet can be enjoyed by the entire family, making this enthralling children's encyclopedia a beautiful and educational gift that can be passed down generations.
Learn all about the world one picture at a time!
If you like Periodic Table Book then why not complete the collection? Part of the highly-visual Our World In Pictures series, avid readers can dive into the world of dinosaurs with The Dinosaur Book, become a vehicle virtuoso with Cars, Trains, Ships and Planes and venture on a journey across the globe with Countries, Cultures, People & Places.
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