Freaky Facts About Natural Disasters by Sarah Fecher, Clare Oliver
  

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Freaky Facts About Natural Disasters by Sarah Fecher, Clare Oliver

Dramatic photos! Silly cartoons! Bad jokes! And did we mention freaky facts?! Hurricanes, tsunamis, forest fires . . . We all know how deadly Mother Nature can be. Dare to discover wild winds that suck trains into the air, and giant earthquakes that can REALLY shake people up. Read about how disaster scientists go looking for trouble, and check out the disaster hall of fame. Series info: -Bright, busy, inviting design -Eye-popping photos, wacky cartoons, and even a few jokes make these high-inter est subjects even more appealing -Small format suitable for older, reluctant readers -Up-to-the-minute research and statistics on world events such as Hurricane Katrina and the 2005 tsunami.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 7 from 7 to 10 To 10

Author

Sarah Fecher, Clare Oliver
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Publisher

Two-Can Publishers

Publication date

1st April 2006

ISBN

9781587285424


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