Planet Earth: Natural Resources by


Planet Earth: Natural Resources by

From the fish in our oceans, to coal buried deep under our hillsides, to the plants of the rainforest. Explore planet Earth's resources and learn how we use them and how we can protect them. Understand the difference between renewable and nonrenewable resources. Find out how wind, solar and tidal power can replace oil and coal in a renewable future. Understand how our planet really works with this fantastic new series that combines core topics from the science and geography curricula. Packed with amazing facts and fabulous imagery. Suitable for use at Key Stage 2 and with older Hi-Lo readers.

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31st January 2008



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