Planet Earth

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Time-Life Books
Time-Life Books, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
5 Reviews
Keep young readers engaged as they explore the natural world around them. Full of informative drawings and photos, "fast facts" boxes, and glossary of terms.

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User Review  - smoore75 - LibraryThing

Planet Earth / Inside Out is a good geology introduction for young children. I feel it is a good place to start when trying to explain Earth's age and how it was formed. Beginning with the innercore ... Read full review

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User Review  - mosbor - LibraryThing

Gibbons writes an informative Earth science book that explains how Earth was formed and how it functions. Students can easily get a thorough understanding of environmental science from the simple way Gibbons explains things. Children will also get some geography knowledge as well. Read full review

Contents

Planet Earth
6
Continents Adrift
12
What Is a Desert?
26
Copyright

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