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Scholastic Inc., 1991 - Earthquakes - 32 pages
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Examines the phenomenon of earthquakes, describing how and where they occur, how they can be predicted, and how much damage they can inflict.

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User Review  - SadieReads - LibraryThing

This is a fair introductory book to earthquakes. It gives information on what causes earthquakes, why earthquakes take place where they do, and some of the effects of past earthquakes. Photographs are ... Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Another good Simon book about our natural and unnatural landscape. The Simon style—impressive photos, lucid text—works well here, clearly showing how shifting tectonic plates can play havoc with ... Read full review


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