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Looking at Earth

How Does It Change?

Series: Looking at Science: How Things Change

By Jackie Gaff

LOOKING AT EARTH: HOW DOES IT CHANGE? explores our planet’s place in the solar system, why there are seasons, how earthquakes and volcanoes occur, and other ways nature affects Earth. Readers will also learn how humans change the planet, and how we can help improve the environment.

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Library Ed.978-0-7660-3088-6$23.94$17.95

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Reviews

"The different sources that make the earth change are explained in simple language..."

Book Buzz, February 2014

"Because the chapter titles are in question form, it is easy to set up lessons that incorporate inquiry and encourage young children to expand their questions . . . At the back of the book the author refers to science as a mystery, but everything in the approach conveys the reality and logic of science . . ."

Science & Children, April/May 2009

"This series fills a huge void in elementary science collections . . . The text is easy enough for young readers as well as lower level readers in the upper grades . . . an essential addition to all new school libraries as well as existing libraries needing a boost in collection development."

Library Media Connection, October 2008

"The book is colorful and visually appealing to children . . . The author includes a glossary of words to know and a list of books as well as several excellent websites for further exploration; these are current and user-friendly."

National Science Teachers Association Recommends Web site, posted October 1, 2008

"The text is clear and in very simple language . . ."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, September 2008

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