Disasters: A Close-Up Look at Nature's Biggest Disasters

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Disasters: A Close-Up Look at Nature's Biggest Disasters
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Release Date
March 01, 2013
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978-1407136530
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A comprehensive modern reference book all about disasters for expert readers. In this exciting addition to Scholastic's Discover More series, follow a tornado chaser into the heart of a storm, track the path taken by a hurricane as it sweeps the Ocean, or find out which natural disaster is the world's worst killer. Easy-to-follow, step-by-step illustrations show how natural disasters occur and the destruction they wreak. Timelines show events unfolding minute-by-minute or hour-by-hour. Read eyewitness accounts from people who have lived to tell the tale and mind-blowing, up-to-the minute facts and figures.

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Science lovers of all ages will enjoy this!

Science is brought to life in this full color interactive book that focuses on disasters like tornadoes, sink holes and tsunamis. It includes internet links for more detailed information, time lines, vocabulary words and even eyewitness accounts. This book is not only entertaining but also makes a fantastic addition to any science curriculum.

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