The World's Most Amazing Coasts

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Capstone Classroom, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Which coast is home to man-eating tigers? Why is one coastline known as "Skeleton Coast"? Which coastal feature is so big it is visible from space? The world has many types of coasts, from long, sandy beaches to swampy mangrove forests. Find out about the incredible features that are found along the world's coasts, and the many different animals and plants that make their homes here.

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Anna Claybourne enjoys writing nonfiction for children. It's a good thing she does, because she's the author of well-over 100 books on a range of topics.

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