Get ready to be dazzled! This lively reference book for the younger set introduces a fascinating variety of Earth's rocks, minerals, gemstones, fossils, and shells--from granite to gold, marble to malachite, and conchs to clams.
Discover how rocks are formed, the three kinds of rocks, and the difference between rocks and minerals. Learn how rocks and minerals are used in art, architecture, industry, and science. Then journey to the oceans to explore seashells and the amazing animals that once inhabited them. Packed with more than 200 stunning photos, including closeups of each specimen, this colorful book showcases breathtaking natural sites such as the Giant's Causeway and human-built structures such as the Great Wall of China. Filled with fun facts and designed for interactive learning, the Little Kids First Big Book of Rocks, Minerals, and Shells is sure to become a favorite with young rock and shell collectors and their parents!Author:
National Geographic KidsPublished:
10.00h x 10.00w x 0.50dISBN:
About the Author
MOIRA ROSE DONOHUE is the author of all sorts of nonfiction books for children, including the Little Kids First Big Book of the Rain Forest, Kangaroo to the Rescue, and Parrot Genius, all from National Geographic. Born in Queens, New York, she now lives in St. Petersburg, Florida. moirarosedonohue.weebly.co