GET ready to take a magical journey into Disney’s The Wonderful World of Knowledge, as the Morpeth Herald offers readers the opportunity to build a fantastic 24-part children’s encyclopedia.
On Thursday, March 17 your newspaper will include a FREE copy of Dinosaurs, the first volume in this unique collection which is specially aimed at young readers aged five to 10 years.
Inside, they will discover fascinating facts about the giant creatures which once roamed the earth, accompanied along the way by much-loved Disney favourites like Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and Pluto.
Everything from the terrifying Tyrannosaurus Rex to giant horned herbivores as big as a rhinoceros and some covered in heavy armoured plates with deadly spiked tails is covered in the 56-page volume, as well as a detailed glossary in the back — useful for looking up all those long names!
And each following week, you will be able to take advantage of our special promotion to purchase additional titles at just £2.99 each, enabling your child to enjoy an educational adventure exploring science, nature, history, space and much, much more.
All volumes are hard-bound and lavishly illustrated with bright, glossy pages and an easy-to-follow format that uses straightforward language to teach young readers in a fun way.
Simply looking for Mickey’s ears leads to the main topics, while illustrations are clearly labelled and there are panels full of facts.
Numbers are used to logically lead children through explanations of how things happen and many pages contain cross-references to other volumes where topics can be expanded.
Children are also encouraged to try out different things, such as looking for fossils with a grown-up.
And Disney’s The Wonderful World of Knowledge is not only a joy for youngsters, but allows everyone in the family to share the gift of reading with grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Whether it’s a sit-down study, a browse or a bedtime story, each book is packed with pictures and facts — as well as classic Disney characters — to stimulate their imagination and make learning exciting.
Future volumes in coming weeks include Children of the World, Planet Earth, The Human Body, Space, Wonders of the Sea and Insects and Spiders, to name just a few.
They all build up into a superb encyclopedia which will have children returning time and time again to the bookshelf to explore their pages.