Who won the 2011 World Series, making it their 11th World Series win? (As if any St. Louis Cardinals fan needs help on this one)
What popular female singer is on the cover of The World Almanac 2012 For Kids?
What sport is most popular in boys ages 6-17?
Who are the 2012 election candidates, and what are they all about?
What state is the wealthiest/poorest?
What ethnic population group has grown the most during 2011?
You will find the answer to these and just about any other question you have in the newly-released World Almanacs. Talk about wrapping up everything you need to know in two easy-to-read books. The World Almanac 2012 is now available in St. Louis area bookstores, and online at worldalmanac.com.
The books take history, statistics, pop culture, trivia, science facts, sports information, and many other interesting facts and consolidates them all in between the covers. The World Almanac is published each year, and the 2012 version is now available in a spectacular kids’ version too.
The World Almanac and Book of Facts 2012 is a great resource to have on hand to learn and to refer to for double checking information. It takes historic facts and includes and compares statistics to current information.
The World Almanac For Kids 2012 (kids version) is cover-to-cover colorful, eye-appealing pictures laid out in a way to hold a kid’s interest. It’s a great way to supplement any lesson from art to science and every subject in between.
With a little amount of creativity, you could use The World Almanac and Book of Facts 2012 to develop lesson plans. Then, hand over The World Almanac For Kids 2012 to your child just to make it more presentable and interesting for them. Both books are a must-read reference item to have on your bookshelves or to give as a gift – or both!