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Love Is in the Earth - Mineralogical Pictorial: Treasures of the Earth

by Melody

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0962819026, Paperback)

The most extensive mineralogical pictorial published to-date. This 400-paged full-color book beautifully displays the mineral treasures of the earth. Complete with an easy-reference index to all the minerals. Includes an extensive mineralogical pictorial containing color photos of hundreds of minerals with molecular formulae, descriptions, and localities found. As a sequel to her first two books, Love is in the Earth: Kaleidoscope of Crystals and Love is in the Earth: Laying-on-of-Stones, and due to the multitude of requests for photographs of the minerals discussed, this pictorial was complied to illustrate typical examples of mineral specimens available from our Earth

Internationally known, best-selling author of the "Love is in the Earth" series, Melody was born in Cumberland, Maryland, and now resides in the Rocky Mountain region. She is a scientist and holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Art degrees in mathematics. She has been working with stones since she was a child, always evidencing an interest in the geological and mystical properties of these children of the Mother Earth. Due to the desire to share her research and knowledge with her brothers and sisters of the planet, and due to the need to make the information available at the onset of the "Age of Love", she has updated this popular book. In addition to her work within the United States, she has taught crystal workshops in Brazil, the Republic of South Africa, and Australia, and has held private consultations in India and Nepal.

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