The Story of the Ice Age

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Scholastic Paperbacks, 1988 - Glacial epoch - 96 pages
Describes the evidence that convinced scientists that there was an ice age, looks at the characteristics of glaciers, and discusses the possibility of another ice age.

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Rose Wyler wrote more than 50 books for children on science and other topics. She was the sole author of over two dozen books and a co-author of others. One of her best-known works is ''Spooky Tricks'' (1968), which she wrote with her husband Gerald Ames. When it was reissued in 1994, Scripps Howard News Service called it ''the perfect Halloween book'' for ''school-agers who are just beginning to read.'' A native of the Bronx, Ms. Wyler received a B.A. from Barnard and a master's from Teacher's College at Columbia. She died on June 12, 2000 at the age of 90.

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