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Mon, 06 Dec 2021

What On Earth Books Launches Digital Book Collection For Subscription

London, 6th December 2021

What On Earth Books Launches Digital Book Collection For Subscription

Non-fiction children’s book publisher What on Earth Books has launched a new digital collection of fact-filled books that are available for individual and institutional subscriptions through the Exact Editions platform. The collection offers readers a diverse perspective on the world, perfect for engaging children’s natural curiosity and passion for learning.

Founded in 2010, What on Earth Books publishes beautifully illustrated books that aim to educate children in a wide range of topics. It has formed publishing partnerships with numerous world-renowned institutions and museums. The collection includes books produced in association with the Natural History Museum and the Smithsonian Institution. As well as multi award-winning books, such as Absolutely Everything by Christopher Lloyd which was awarded a Parents′ Choice Silver Honor 2018, VOYA Nonfiction Honor 2019, shortlisted for the Teach Primary Book Awards 2019 and longlisted for the Blue Peter Book Awards 2019.

Navigational features provided by the Exact Editions platform, including an advanced search function, allow users to easily locate specific references to animals, countries, or historical figures within individual titles, or across the complete collection.

The What on Earth Books Collection is available in the Exact Editions shops here:

Individual Subscriptions

Institutional Subscriptions

Founder & CEO of What on Earth Books, Christopher Lloyd, commented: “We’re really impressed with how well each illustrated title appears on the platform. It’s exciting to be able to offer the collection to institutions worldwide.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “Teachers and children alike will enjoy the visually attractive and factual content found in this collection, making it an excellent resource for schools.”


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