MONTREAL, Dec. 2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- As the holidays approach, many shoppers strive to find the perfect kids' gift that combines entertainment with education. The Gazette, in an effort to encourage childhood reading and educational development, is offering the Disney 'Wonderful World of Knowledge' Children's encyclopedia collection exclusively to its readers.
The 14 book hard cover box set collection is available exclusively through The Gazette while supplies last. Over the last few days, Gazette readers have responded to this special offer with enthusiasm.
Gazette readers are invited to visit www.montrealgazette.com/disney to review and purchase the set at more than 60% off the regular cover price.
"We're excited to partner with Disney in bringing a unique educational experience to Gazette readers and their families," said Gazette Vice-President of Sales and Marketing, Stephane Le Gal. "We want kids to read every day and we want them to love to do it. Our goal is to help parents share the gift of reading and knowledge with their children."
The illustrated children's encyclopedia features the most-adored Disney characters of all time, including Mickey Mouse, Minnie, Donald Duck, Daisy, Goofy and Pluto on an educational adventure, exploring science, nature, history, space and more.
The Wonderful World of Knowledge box set enables families to immerse themselves in wholesome and entertaining education for children age 3 to 13. The box set includes titles such as:
- Planet Earth
- The Human Body
- From Stone Age to Space Age
- Wonders of the Sea
- Great Travellers and Explorers
- The Marvels of Science
- Great Inventions
- The Kingdom of Mammals
- Reptiles and Amphibians
- Famous Places
- How Machines Work
- Insects and Spiders
"Children learn best from what they enjoy," said Le Gal. "We want them to be excited about diving into the next adventure, learning more and advancing to higher reading levels while having fun."
For more information about the Disney 'Wonderful World of Knowledge' collection, visit www.montrealgazette.com/disney or call 800-545-1113.
SOURCE The Gazette