Core and Crust
From the Series One Planet
The Earth beneath our feet feels solid and unmoving. However, Earth’s surface is constantly changing and deep beneath the crust is liquid rock. Examine from Earth’s red-hot core to the highest mountain, exploring the makeup of the planet we call home. Readers will discover how the planet was formed from dust and gas, what causes earthquakes and volcanos to erupt, and how the continents move across the Earth’s surface. A perfect resource for both home and school and for those who prefer fact to fiction. Packed with awesome photographs, easy-to-understand diagrams with the added bonus of some simple experiments to try, learning about Earth has never been so fun.
|Grade 4 - Grade 6
|5 Kinds of Nonfiction, 5KN: Traditional Nonfiction
|Hungry Tomato Ltd.
|Number of Pages
Author: Annabel Griffin
Annabel Griffin is a writer and artist based in Cornwall, UK. Having worked as a bookseller for many years, she now specializes in creating children's books with a focus on animals and the natural world.