Book Review, Non-fiction Books

Britannica Big Book of Why by Sally Symes, Stephanie Drimmer & Kate Slater

Children love to find out why. Why do elephants have trunks? Why does jelly wobble? Why does it rain?

Britannica First Big Book of Why answers all of these questions and many, many more with bold print, clear explanations and bright illustrations. Written with younger readers in mind, this engaging book is sure to be a HUGE hit in Key Stage One classrooms.

The questions are organised into clear categories making it easy to find interesting facts while the index allows children to really narrow down what they are looking for. A child-friendly glossary completes the package. Britannica First Big Book of Why is a fantastic example of non-fiction with all the text features children learn in their early years at school.

As soon as children get their hands on this book, their adults are sure to be inundated with the fascinating facts they find inside!

Thank you to Britannica Books for this absolutely fantastic book!

Click on the cover below to find out more or purchase on-line from Amazon.

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