National Geographic Visual Encyclopedia Of EarthReviews
- Number of Pages: 256
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
National Geographic Visual Encyclopedia of Earth will probably be the definitive guide to our incredible, ever-changing globe. Written by renowned international authority Michael Allaby, this lively encyclopedia provides kids a rock-solid foundation, reveals the newest analysis on fragile ecosystems and climate shift, and engages young readers with riveting information, eye-catching illustrations, and, of course, peerless National Geographic photography. They'll find the answers to their concerns here, as they investigate our world from its core to its cosmic connections. Why are tropical rain forests the lungs of our planet? Curious kids want to understand every little thing about their planet. How do twisters form? This really is the single-volume reference each and every forward-looking library should include, sure to foster the subsequent generation's sense of connectedness with our world and to inspire the ecologists and scientists of tomorrow. National Geographic Visual Encyclopedia of Earth delivers a wealth of comprehensive, easy-to-follow insight into our planet in lively, fun-to-read text. What makes lightening strike?
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