What Are Oceans?

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Capstone, Jul 1, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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Explore the earth in this introductory geography series! Young students will learn about basic physical features of the earth. Simple text and supportive images help beginning readers learn about the wonderful variety of land and water forms that make up our earth. This series explores and supports the standard "People, Places, and Environments," as required by the National Council for the Social Studies.
  

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About the author (2001)

Lisa Trumbauer is the New York Times best-selling author of A Practical Guide to Dragons. In addition, she has written about 300 other books for children, including mystery novels, picture books, and nonfiction books on just about every topic under the sun (including the sun!).

Gail Saunders-Smith is an assistant education professor at Youngstown State University in Ohio. She is also an independent staff developer, writer, and editor. She presents nationally at conferences on literacy development and instruction and has written numerous articles, children's non-fiction books, and professional resources.

Gail holds a B.S. and M.A. in Early Childhood Education from Kent State University and a M.S. in Administration and Supervision from Youngstown State University. She completed post-graduate work at The Ohio State University and earned a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction from The University of Akron.

Gail is a former classroom teacher, Reading Recovery Teacher Leader, and Reading/Language Arts K-12 Supervisor and Coordinator of State and Federal Programs for the Summit County ESC.