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by Claire Watts

eBook Natural Disasters (DK Eyewitness Books) download ISBN: 075663069X
Author: Claire Watts
Publisher: Dorling Kindersly (2006)
Language: English
Pages: 72
ePub: 1130 kb
Fb2: 1845 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Earth Sciences

NATURAL DISASTERS, published by DK in 2006, offers a fascinating if sometimes .

NATURAL DISASTERS, published by DK in 2006, offers a fascinating if sometimes scary look at the destructive forces mother nature has at her beck and call. While the book is intended for readers 9-12 years old, older readers will also find NATURAL DISASTERS of interest. Watts' book would be ideal for students reports and for anyone with a beginning interest in the world of natural disasters, how people cope with them and how nations/agencies work to minimize the damage they inflict.

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Comments: (7)
Amarin
Grandsons love it
Otiel
I had this book and the Kingfisher NATURAL DISASTERS book in a center so that students could compare how the book treated a few topics like hurricanes, earthquakes, and tornadoes. This is a pre-reading activity for the I SURVIVED series.
Hellstaff
Sent on time, as advertised. Great book!
Shezokha
Son loved the library's copy; wanted his own.
nadness
Came fast. Lots of pictures for my third grader.
Heri
Good article, but doesn't look like in the pictures, is absolutely original but so old and some pages are really damaged... however, was sent it just on time... Thanks...!
Ceck
I am a big fan of the Dorling Kindersley 'Eyewitness Books' series. They offer an appealing combination of concise text and colorful images that provide a basic understanding of a particular subject. NATURAL DISASTERS, published by DK in 2006, offers a fascinating if sometimes scary look at the destructive forces mother nature has at her beck and call. While the book is intended for readers 9-12 years old, older readers will also find NATURAL DISASTERS of interest.

After brief sections on our restless earth, author Claire Watts discusses tsunamis, earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides/avalanches, hurricanes/tornadoes, floods, droughts, fires, climate changes, unnatural disasters, diseases/epidemics, and future disasters. Each topic gets at least a two-page spread with basic information on that topic and six-eight b&w and/or color photographs, maps or diagrams showing, for example, what an avalanche in action looks like and its aftermath. Some topics rate additional pages. The tsunami section, for instance, runs to 12 pages. The book also includes an FAQ section, glossary and useful websites but, curiously, no bibliography.

The information and illustrations are appropriate for the intended age level. Some of the images, especially of people in peril, might be too intense for younger readers.

Watts' book would be ideal for students reports and for anyone with a beginning interest in the world of natural disasters, how people cope with them and how nations/agencies work to minimize the damage they inflict. Recommended.