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Written by Betsy Rathburn

ISBN: 978-0-531-23765-6

List Price: $26.00

Your Price: $19.50

The world starts shaking. Cups and plates rattle in cupboards. Books fall off of shelves. It’s an earthquake! These natural disasters do billions of dollars worth of damage every year. But scientists still cannot predict them. This low-level text introduces how earthquakes form, the damage they cause, and how their damage can be prevented. Special features such as a map, a formation diagram, and a Richter scale chart introduce the key concepts of these powerful disasters to young readers.
Item #: 689265
Imprint: Children's Press
Copyright: 2020
Format: Reinforced Library Binding
Trim Size: 6 1/2 x 9
Pages: 24
Grades: 2 - 3
Ages: 7 - 8
Dewey #: 551.22
  • Maps chart places where each disaster most often occurs
  • Diagrams provide visual support for scientific explanations
  • Profiles of real-life disasters apply information to historic and recent events
  • Scales for the severity of each disaster allow for comparisons
  • Photo labels visually define glossary terms and other important words
  • provides age-appropriate, relevant, and safe search results