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This dictionary, from the editors of The World Book Encyclopedia, combines all the features of a traditional dictionary with the readability of World Book. A Thorndike-Barnhart dictionary. The World book encyclopedia dictionary. by Barnhart, Clarence Lewis, ed. Publication date WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA DICTIONARY THORNKIDE BARNHART The WORLD BOOK DICTIONARY 2 Book Set Thorndike Barnhart.

By DCA [4 Posts, 2, Comments] December 24, found this helpful Many people have old books they think are valuable and would like to sell.

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Most old dictionaries, references etc. Encyclopedias dated after are essentially worthless but crafters may be interested for the old pictures.

Goodwill, Salvation Army, etc. Everything is now online and updated constantly so old books are just that-old. By cybergrannie [32 Posts, 3, Comments] December 26, found this helpful Most encyclopedias have very little value - even really old volumes so most likely yours would be of insignificant value.


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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 1 September , at In , it created an editorial advisory board of distinguished educators and established a curriculum-analysis program to ensure that the encyclopedia would be especially useful to its student readers.

In , World Book launched a classroom research program designed to monitor exactly which subjects typical students were looking up in the reference work. World Book entered the digital age in with the publication of Information Finder, its first CD-ROM encyclopedia, which included the full text of both the encyclopedia and a dictionary.

In , World Book partnered with IBM to produce a line of electronic reference works and learning products, and with Tiger Electronics to create the World Book Learning Center, an electronic learning aid.

World Book Online was launched in , with an interactive Web site that delivers articles, maps, pictures, sounds, and video to registered subscribers. World Book has also created other reference products, including Childcraft, a resource library for preschool and elementary-school children, first published in , the World Book Dictionary , the World Book Atlas , Early World of Learning , plus annual volumes about science, health, and medicine.

The World Book Student Discovery Encyclopedia, an introductory general reference set, appeared in Pop Culture of 20th-Century America. You can research with Google and site and you may be lucky enough to have a jewel - wouldn't that be nice??

From the World Book Dictionary was updated annually and received a major revision in You have read and agree to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. Your list has reached the maximum number of items.

And, by the time the baby boom generation started sending their own kids to school in the s, World Book was the most popular encyclopedia in the world, outselling the venerable Encyclopedia Britannica by a margin of three—to—one.

Clarence L. Comprised of several distinguished educators, the World Book board conducted a thorough analysis of typical school curriculums to determine exactly what material was being taught in classes from kindergarten through high school.