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My Encyclopedia of Very Important Things

For Little Learners Who Want to Know Everything
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For little learners who want to know everything Shortlisted for the Best Children's Book in the Junior Design Awards 2017 Shortlisted for the School Library Association Information Book Award 2017 Full of fun facts, colourful illustrations, and games that will feed a child's imagination and quench their thirst for knowledge, whilst supporting the National Curriculum. My Encyclopedia of Very Important Things is the perfect book for children from 4-7 years of age. Supporting the national curriculum and providing all the information young minds need and much more, My Encyclopedia of Very Important Things is split into six sections covering the Planet, Places, Animals, People, Me, and other very important things - covering everything from the continents to the blue whale in fun and engaging ways. This beautiful gift package with a padded jacket is bursting with knowledge and loads of very important things to set young minds alight.
Release date NZ
September 1st, 2016
  • Children / Juvenile
approx 600 colour photographs and illustrations
Interest Age
From 5 to 9 years
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