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Scholastic Atlas Of Earth by Manzanero Paula
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Scholastic Atlas Of Earth

by Manzanero Paula

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439672708, Hardcover)

The SCHOLASTIC ATLAS OF EARTH reveals the breathtaking forces of nature that form our planet--from geysers to earthquakes to volcanic eruptions.

The SCHOLASTIC ATLAS OF EARTH unlocks the mysteries of our planet--from its molten core to its highest mountain peak! Lavish spreads detail the recesses of a cave, the inside of a volcano, and the rocky gorges of the Grand Canyon.

Middle-grade readers will find plenty of useful facts about fossils, minerals and gems, climatic zones, glaciers, tectonic plates, geysers, landslides, and much, much more. In a unique section at the back of the book, kids can recreate their own Earth-related activities, such as making a mountain, setting off a volcanic eruption, or forming their own fossil!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:07 -0400)

Reveals and explains the forces of nature that shape our planet, from erosion to earthquakes to volcanic eruptions.

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