The reviews are in: Britannica e-books are e-mazing

June 4, 2018

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It’s official! Educators love our e-books. Check out the latest reviews of a wide range of exciting digital content from the trusted authors at Britannica. All these and more are available for purchase in the Britannica Digital Learning shop.

From School Library Connection:

Foundations of Math: The History of Mathematics
“Coverage of these topics is thorough…Ideal for future mathematicians.”

Exploring Latin America series
“Informative introduction to typical curricular topics about other countries…The series will be useful for basic research by upper elementary or middle level students who need more accessible information. Teachers will find it useful for interdisciplinary instructional units…Recommended.”

From Earth To The Stars series
“An approachable format for introducing complex topics. Recommended.”

Scientists At Work series
“Real life pictures, examples, and diagrams are used to illustrate each topic and provide authenticity. This is a perfect adult-guided book for children who may need additional help to understand some of the concepts…Highly Recommended.”

Westward Expansion: America’s Push to the Pacific series
“Will work well in a unit on Westward Expansion that asks small groups or individual students to focus on one historic subject…Recommended.”

From other publications:

Planetary Exploration series
“Accessible and engaging introduction to the planets in our solar system…There are thrilling images from some recent expeditions, and the books’ engaging design draws in readers and highlights interesting facts.”
Lunar and Planetary Institute

What Is Cybersecurity?
“The information is sound, up-to-date, and relevant. A good resource for improving digital literacy.”
Booklist

Women Who Changed History series
“The writing in the series is clear and vivid, the historical and thematic range of subjects broad and inclusive…Visuals are excellent throughout the series, making use of a wide range of available images…VERDICT: A good choice for general nonfiction reading.”
School Library Journal

 


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