Learn why volcanoes explode, what kinds of volcanoes there are, what scientists are doing to help people avoid getting hurt, the worst/biggest/deadliest volcanoes in history, and more.
True-life accounts from a wide variety of people, including scientists, sightseers, and thrill seekers, add to the compelling readability of this book that gives readers both a historical perspective on the human experience of volcanoes and a scientific perspective on why they occur and what scientists are doing to help people stay out of the way.
Publisher: National Geographic Kids
Number of pages: 64
Weight: 270 g
Dimensions: 255 x 231 x 5 mm
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