How Do Islands Form? by Christina Wilsdon, Debra Voege
  

How Do Islands Form?

Written by Christina Wilsdon, Debra Voege
Illustrated by
Part of the Science in the Real World Series

Synopsis

How Do Islands Form? by Christina Wilsdon, Debra Voege

There are hundreds of islands on Earth, from the isle of Manhattan to the island chain of the Philippines. However, these islands did not appear overnight. It often took thousands or millions of years for them to form. How Do Islands Form? uncovers the science of island formation, showing the science of real-world occurrences through full-color photographs and illustrations sure to captivate young readers.

About the Author

Christina Wilsdon has written articles and books on science and natural history for more than two decades. She is the author of Everyday Things: An A-Z Guide.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Christina Wilsdon, Debra Voege
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Publisher

Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

1st September 2009

ISBN

9781604134742


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