Meet Flo, a glacier, as she shows you what the life of a glacier is like in this picture book filled with fun facts, from what glaciers are and how they're formed to what creatures live there, and more.
Glaciers exist on every continent on earth, growing, spreading, and shrinking over thousands of years. But what are they, and how are they formed? Glacier on the Move tells the story of a glacier named Flo and her slow-motion race to the sea, from the edge of an ice field and down steep cliffs, to muscling her way around mountains, and stretching into a valley. With the help of some iceworms in the margins, Flo reveals how glaciers move, change shape, and provide for the surrounding world and animals. Blending fascinating science facts with dynamic illustrations, Glacier on the Move introduces young readers to glacial history and science in a captivating and unique way.
Author: Elizabeth Rusch
Publisher: West Margin Press
Binding Type: Hardcover
Size: 10.10h x 10.00w x 0.40d
Audience: Ages 4-8
Kirkus Reviews 07/01/2019
School Library Journal 07/26/2019 pg. 1
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About the Author
Elizabeth Rusch is an author, editor, teacher, and speaker, and has published several award-winning books for children and adults. She channels her passion for science, history, art, and nature through her stories and hopes to share those interests with her readers. Elizabeth lives in Portland, Oregon. Visit her at elizabethrusch.com.
Alice Brereton is a children's book illustrator and loves to incorporate colorful textures and shapes into her artwork. She grew up in Minneapolis, MN, and attended the Academy of Art University, where she has won many awards. Visit her at pickledalice.com.