Whether you are homeschooling or looking for some home reference material to bolster in-class learning, DK's uniquely visual family reference titles are the perfect complement to great teaching and great learning. Here's a few of our best:
Travel through time and discover the people and events that have shaped our world with this lavishly illusttrated guide to the history of world - century by century and year by year.
"Although designed for reference, this has the feel of a carefully crafted museum exhibit." - Booklist
A Learning Magazine Teachers' Choice Awards for the Classroom Winner
Featuring more than 1500 photographs and illustrations, this invaluable resource plots the story of science through history, putting all the scientific achievements that have shaped our world at your fingertips in a unique way.
Find out why sweating could save your life, how your brain makes memories and more as you journey deep inside the human body and see for yourself how it works! Astonishing computer-generated illustrations reveal the incredible things that go on beneath your skin - from lifesaving reflexes to cells that hunt down and kill germs.
Discover the elements, the building blocks of matter that make not only our world, but the entire universe! This spectacular visual guide shows what the elements look like as well as the remarkable ways we have learned to use them.
Thousands of of up to date entries with Canadian spellings and fun, informative pictures explain and illustrate everything from abacus to zoom. Concise descriptions and examples help to improve Canadian usage, spelling and grammar.
Find out how Canada got its system of government, learn about democracy and Canada's political party system while learning about 12 of Canada's best-known Prime Ministers.
"A playful compendium of facts, trivia, and history, just perfect for browsing." - School Library Journal
Jam-packed with more than 10,000 pictures and fascinating facts, this visual encyclopedia gives readers a world of information on each page with fascinating facts on science, nature, culture, sports and history