The Science Of Volcanic Eruptions

ISBN-10: 1502646587
ISBN-13: 9781502646583
Author: Klepeis, Alicia Z.
Interest Level: 2-5
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish

Publication Date: August 2019

Copyright: 2020

Page Count: 32

Series: The Science Of Natural Disasters

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Interest Level

Grades 2-5

Reading Level

Guided Reading: N

Booksource Subjects

BISAC Subjects

JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature / Earth Sciences / Earthquakes & Volcanoes

JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature / Disasters

Volcanic eruptions are natural disasters with fierce characteristics. They have the power to spew giant clouds of ash and lava into the air, trigger landslides that cover entire towns, and change life as we know it forever. Why do volcanoes exist? How do people predict or prepare for an eruption? In this engaging book for young readers, unlock the answers to these questions. Readers will explore the science behind volcanic eruptions, from their origins to their mechanics and their effects on people and the planet. Filled with fun facts and cool photographs, this book captures the cycle of a volcano and its sometimes violent effects.
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