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Usborne Internet-linked books are enhanced with recommended websites where readers can find out more with virtual tours, video clips, games and other multimedia. There are over 500 internet-linked books from encyclopedias to sticker books.
The recommended websites are accessed via links at Usborne Quicklinks where each book has its own webpage. To be included in Quicklinks, a website must pass our very strict criteria for selection and we continually monitor the recommended sites to check content and update links.
"Thank you for Quicklinks. It feels like the best of both worlds for the kids. Brilliant books that they
can hold, and safe web links that are making the content come alive." Teacher's review
1. See an internet link in an Usborne book.
2. Go to Quicklinks and type in the book title. 3. Click on the link to reach the recommended website.
To get started with Usborne Quicklinks or for more information, visit the Usborne Quicklinks website.
Enter the Usborne Quicklinks competition for a chance to win some fascinating internet-linked books.
Vibrant and straight-talking, this illustrated dictionary will help children develop firm foundations for confidence and success in science from UK Key Stage 2 onwards.
The Greek myths have inspired some of the most famous artwork ever created. This beautiful sticker book uses amazing paintings, sculptures and vases to introduce the characters and stories of Greek mythology.
Unravel the fate of Pharaoh Pherret IV as he passes through to the afterlife, and help him on his journey with over 650 mummy-tastic stickers.
A fantastic interactive atlas with over 140 stickers to help children learn about the countries of the world, the most famous and interesting sites, and also each country’s flag and fascinating world records.
Explore the amazing world of dinosaurs with this exciting atlas, showing which dinosaurs lived in different parts of the world, including detailed maps showing where dinosaur fossils have been discovered.
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