DK's aim is to inform, enrich and entertain readers of all ages, and everything DK publishes, whether print or digital, embodies the unique DK design approach. DK brings unrivalled clarity to a wide range of topics, with a unique combination of words and pictures, put together to spectacular effect. DK maintains a reputation for innovation in design for both print and digital products.
Reference titles for Elementary students with innovative features made famous by DK.
Animals Alive is an exciting exploration of animal life through the ages. From extinct dinosaurs to great migrations to threats currently facing some animals. What will life on Earth be like in one hundred years? Which species will go extinct and what new species will we discover? From the fantastical to the practical, it looks at the possibility of re-creating extinct animals and provides information on what you can do to help keep animals alive.
Everything You Need to Know About Sharks
An underwater treasure, Everything You Need To Know About Sharks is a vibrant book that redefines reference. From the outset with its attention-grabbing cover, through every exciting page inside, this book combines little-known information with engaging text and innovative, high-quality design. Everything You Need To Know About Sharks dives deep in the pursuit of fascinating facts. It teaches the basics of anatomy and taxonomy, plus how and where sea creatures live.
First Dinosaur Encyclopedia
From the first sea mammals to fierce dinosaurs, this inspiring reference book takes students on a fantastic journey into the prehistoric world. Quiz bars on every page make learning interactive and fun.
Animals: A Visual Encyclopedia
Animals: A Visual Encyclopedia is a comprehensive guide to the animal kingdom for students. Authoritative yet accessible, Animals catalogs everything from aardvarks to zebras with special focus on the superlatives that appeal to all: biggest, fastest, strongest, and strangest.
Fiction and non-fiction titles with audio from DK for early and emerging readers in the classic Eyewitness style.
Let's Go Riding
Join in the fun as the children go to their first riding lesson! Encourage your child's love of reading by following along as Olivia and friends learn to ride.
Terror on the Amazon
Deep in the Amazon rainforest Spanish soldiers went looking for El Dorado in the City of Gold. But few survived to tell the tale…
Have you ever heard of a hotel made of snow? How would you put a building in space? And who washes the windows on the tallest skyscrapers in the world? Learn about the world's most famous and unique structures, from the ancient Colosseum to eco-friendly stadiums in the Level 2 DK Reader Amazing Buildings.
I Want to Be a Ballerina
In this Level 1 DK Reader, follow Jamie to her first ballet lesson as she learns to dance and makes new friends.
A reference series made up of the Eyewitness titles, which typically include labeled photos, fact boxes, and the often imitated DK style.
Here is a spectacular, thought-provoking, and highly informative guide to the fascinating story of ecology. Superb color photographs of animals, plants, and ecosystems reveal the ideas and discoveries that have changed our understanding of life around us. See how plants store their food supply, how dung enriches the soil, how biodiversity is measured, the damage caused by acid rain, and a field-digger wasp capturing a fly. Learn how plants create their own food, how and when the world's human population "exploded," and how your backyard provides a small-scale model of life all over the Earth. Discover the links in the seashore food chain, how the buffalo was saved from extinction, why insects such as locusts are subject to population explosion, and much, much more!
Without the help of archeologists throughout time, very little would be known about some of the world's greatest civilizations. Archeology, with its carefully developed preservation techniques, is responsible for uncovering artifacts like the Greek sculptures and Native American weaponry we see in museums everyday. Be an "eyewitness" to the fascinating world of archeology. See a loaf of bread preserved for 2,000 years, the first humanskeleton ever discovered, a corroded cannon from a shipwreck, and a reconstructed helmet made of gold, silver and bronze. Learn about carbon dating, how to tell the difference between a fake and the real thing, why tombs were plundered, and the secrets behind standing stones. Discover where the world's first iron bridge was built, how a dig is organized, a "ghost ship'' impression in the sand, how rescue evacuations are carried out, and much, much more!
DK Eyewitness Moon is an exciting and informative guide to the amazing satellite that orbits our Earth and lights our sky at night. Stunning photographs offer a unique "eyewitness" view of the Moon, its deep craters and waterless seas. Let your child discover all about our planet's nearest neighbour and the fifth largest satellite in the Solar System. They'll learn all about its gravitational pull and the hugely important effect on Earth's ocean tides
Crystal and Gem
Crystals are all around us, even in our bodies! Open your eyes to their beauty, uses, structure and variety – from what gives them their amazing colors to how a Quartz watch works.
Reference titles for MS and HS students with innovative features made famous by DK.
Heads Up Psychology
"What is insanity?" "Can we trust our memories?" "Who needs parents, anyway?" The answers to these and many other questions we often ask lie in the world of psychology. It is all around us, influencing advertising, politics, and product development. Using engaging graphics, this book explores the big ideas from all areas of psychology, including psychoanalysis, intelligence, and mental disorders. Heads Up Psychology offers big ideas, simply explained for teen readers.
How Animals Work
How Animals Work explains the structures and systems of animal bodies, using exquisite photographs and diagrams to show how animals use their anatomy to move, communicate, hunt, and feed, and how their bodies enhance their chances in the struggle for survival.
Pocket Genius: Space
From marvelous galleries of The Big Dipper, Little Dipper and other constellations, to in-depth looks at Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, to the Moons of Jupiter, comets and galaxies-not to mention entries on rockets and spacecraft-this visual encyclopedia opens up the vast and mysterious expanse of space.
Pocket Genius: Dinosaurs
Pocket Genius: Dinosaurs profiles more than 140 prehistoric animals and features fossils, skeletons, anatomy and history as well as species including dinosaurs on land, winged pterosaurs in the sky and a range of sea monsters in the ocean.