The world as you've never seen it before
Change the way you see the world with DK's Knowledge Encyclopedia series, a groundbreaking visual approach to the world. From Viking raiders and Samurai warriors to robotics and chemical reactions, amazing animals, the human body, the marvels of history, and more are visualized in incredible detail, inside and out, providing a mind-blowing introduction to every aspect of human knowledge.
You'll find yourself utterly absorbed as complex subjects become clear through engaging explanations, incredible illustrations, phenomenal photographs and jaw-dropping 3D images.
Explore the universe, from the inside of an atom to enormous galaxies, then discover the explosive science behind a fireworks display. Take a look at what makes the human brain so special and find out how our bodies cells make energy. Journey through history from the earliest life forms to our hairiest ancestors and then right up to our world today.
‘A spectacularly visual feast for the eyes and the mind!’ Parent with child age 9, Toppsta, reading Knowledge Encyclopedia Human Body
‘Move over Google, this is the best book I have seen this year for improving general knowledge’ Telegraph review for Knowledge Encyclopedia
Check out all the titles below:
Dogs constantly talk to us, and each other, with posture and movement and through sounds and scent – whether we notice it or not!
Travel back in time and witness both everyday life and great moments in history in this fascinating compliation of diaries through the ages.
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So-named because it contains prunes, this is a classic Christmas dish, here using butter instead of the traditional beef suet.
The fruit mince in this recipe is quick to prepare and needs no time to mature, making these an easy festive treat to bake.
Meet the group of brilliant kids from around the world who come together to fix problems, solve mysteries, and learn new things!
Learn how to make your own sourdough starter with James Strawbridge.
So easy to whip together, this one-pan meal has dinner on the table in 30 minutes!
Learn more about the science of running with physiotherpaist, Chris Napier, as he provides some insights on his book.
A mash of ripe bananas is delicious baked in this sweet, bread-like cake, while spices and nuts add flavour and crunch.
Use up those ripes bananas in this easy, delicious recipe. And it's completely animal product free!