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Macmillan Childrens Publishing Group

Kingfisher First Reference

These children’s reference books are wonderful introductions to the world of research. Kids will learn how to look up words, read maps and explore their favorite topics. Colorful illustrations and photographs reinforce the text and make learning fun.

  • First Dinosaur Picture Atlas
    • First Dinosaur Picture Atlas

    • Kingfisher First Reference
      David Burnie
      Kingfisher

    • Beautifully illustrated by children's artist Anthony Lewis, with lively age-appropriate text by zoologist and environmentalist David Burnie, the First Dinosaur Picture Atlas explains where dinosaurs...

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  • My First Dictionary
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    • My First Dictionary

    • Kingfisher First Reference
      John Bollard
      Kingfisher

    • This ideal first dictionary contains over 1,500 core words from alligator to zipper, carefully selected to complement the books that children of this age are beginning to read. The clear definitions...

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  • My First Thesaurus
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    • My First Thesaurus

    • Kingfisher First Reference
      George Beal; Illustrated by Martin Chatterton
      Kingfisher

    • The perfect companion to the First Dictionary, the revised and updated Kingfisher First Thesaurus by George Beal and Martin Chatterton is an easy-to-use word finder containing more than 100 key words...

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  • My First Encyclopedia of Animals
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    • My First Encyclopedia of Animals

    • Kingfisher First Reference
      Editors of Kingfisher
      Kingfisher

    • Covering mammals, reptiles, birds, insects, amphibians, and sea creatures, with an introductory chapter on general topics such as habitat, migration, and conservation, The Kingfisher First Encyclopedia...

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  • The Kingfisher First Animal Picture Atlas
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    • The Kingfisher First Animal Picture Atlas

    • Kingfisher First Reference
      Deborah Chancellor; Anthony Lewis
      Kingfisher

    • Packed with more than thirteen maps and seven habitat spreads, The Kingfisher First Animal Picture Atlas is a playful introduction to animals, environments, and geography for young children. Beautifully...

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  • Encyclopedia of Animals
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    • Encyclopedia of Animals

    • Kingfisher First Reference
      Editors of Kingfisher
      Kingfisher

    • The newly revised Kingfisher First Encyclopedia of Animals is the perfect reference for children who are just learning to look up information for themselves. The entries are clearly presented with...

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      • Physical Book
  • The Kingfisher First Picture Atlas
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    • The Kingfisher First Picture Atlas

    • Kingfisher First Reference
      Editors of Kingfisher
      Kingfisher

    • Easy-to-understand maps, plus lively and informative text make this an essential atlas for younger readers. Pictograms show where to find animals and places of interest. The Kingfisher First Picture...

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  • The Kingfisher First Thesaurus
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    • The Kingfisher First Thesaurus

    • Kingfisher First Reference
      George Beal; Illustrated by Martin Chatterton
      Kingfisher

    • Fully updated for 2004, the revised and updated Kingfisher First Thesaurus by George Beal and Martin Chatterton is an easy-to-use word finder containing more than 100 key words and more than 1,000...

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      • Physical Book
  • The Kingfisher First Human Body Encyclopedia
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    • The Kingfisher First Human Body Encyclopedia

    • Kingfisher First Reference
      Richard Walker; Roy Palmer
      Kingfisher

    • This informative and activity-filled reference introduces younger children to human biology in a lively and accessible way. The book's thematic structure makes it easy for young readers to understand...

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  • The Kingfisher First Animal Encyclopedia
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  • The Kingfisher First Science Encyclopedia
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