I Wonder Why Volcanoes Blow Their Tops

I Wonder Why Volcanoes Blow Their Tops : And Other Questions about Natural Disasters

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This highly popular and long-running series has been revamped for a new generation of readers, with a clean, crisp redesign and colourful covers. The series explores questions that young readers ask about the world around them in an unrivalled child-friendly style. The conversational format is perfect for delivering solid information in a natural, amusing and imaginative way.

Why are twisters so dangerous? What makes floods happen in a flash? What was the Dust Bowl? How big can waves get? Find out the answers to these and many more questions about volcanoes, tsunamis, earthquakes, and extreme weather. I Wonder Why Volcanoes Blow Their Tops by Rosie Greenwood offers a wealth of information is backed up with stunning, high-quality artwork, fun facts, and lively cartoons.
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Product details

  • 6-8
  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 226.06 x 274.32 x 5.08mm | 181.44g
  • Kingfisher Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Illustrations, color
  • 0753469359
  • 9780753469354
  • 299,314

About Rosie Greenwood

Rosie Greenwood is an innovative author and editor with more than twenty years' work in illustrated children's books. She has written about topics as diverse as oceans, horses, pyramids, and stars.
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Review quote

"There is enough data to provide material for elementary research reports and it is accompanied by an index and a table of contents that introduces each set of "disaster-ous" questions. All and all, a strong contender for family reading and for the library or classroom shelf." --Children's Literature There is enough data to provide material for elementary research reports and it is accompanied by an index and a table of contents that introduces each set of "disaster-ous" questions. All and all, a strong contender for family reading and for the library or classroom shelf. Children's Literature " Children's Literature
There is enough data to provide material for elementary research reports and it is accompanied by an index and a table of contents that introduces each set of "disaster-ous" questions. All and all, a strong contender for family reading and for the library or classroom shelf.
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11 ratings
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2 9% (1)
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