" "



:







Britannica Illustrated Science Library
: Encyclopaedia Britannica Editorial
: Britannica Illustrated Science Library
: Chicago, Ill.; London: Encyclopaedia Britannica
: 2008
ISBN: 978-1593393823
: English
: pdf
: 296,4 mb
: 1664

This set covers subjects pertaining to the fields of earth science, life science, and physical science. Each volume is devoted to a single topic and could serve as a stand-alone title. The topics covered by the individual volumes include Birds; Energy and Movement; Evolution and Genetics; Fish and Amphibians; Invertebrates; Mammals; Plants, Algae, and Fungi; Reptiles and Dinosaurs; Rocks and Minerals; Space Exploration; Technology; Universe; Weather and Climate; Volcanoes and Earthquakes; and two volumes on the human body.

The set is correlated to the fifth- through ninth-grade science curriculum. Each volume begins with a brief introduction to the subject matter. Following the introduction, the volumes are then generally arranged into four or five sections or chapters.

Each chapter contains a series of double-page spreads on specific topics and includes a mini table of contents to guide users in navigation. The layout of all of the volumes is vibrant and attractive. Each of the volumes concludes with a glossary providing full definitions as well as a volume index.

This set would be a worthwhile addition to any science collection serving students in grades five through nine.









: daromir 25-04-2016, 16:44 | |
 
, .




:

, , .


 MirKnig.Su  2016