Encyclopedia of Life by
  

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Encyclopedia of Life by

Encyclopedia of Life is a fantastic resource for children aged 8+, covering the breadth of life on our planet. Split into eight sections, it provides a detailed guide to the following topics: Prehistoric Life, Plants, Water Life, Insects, Reptiles and Amphibians, Birds, Mammals and the Human Body. Top features include visual fact files, bulleted facts, charts, world records, bizarre facts and top tens. The book is fully cross-referenced throughout and is packed with diagrams, illustrations and photos.

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Paperback
512 pages

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Publisher

Miles Kelly Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st August 2014

ISBN

9781782096986


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