Volcanoes

Volcanoes Volcanoes Are One Of Nature S Great Wonders For Years, They Can Stand Dormant, But Once Active, They Can Erupt In Tremendous Explosions Of Power Marc Simont S Fascinating Illustrations And Colorful Maps Denoting Volcano Locations Around The World Are Beautifully Paired With Franklyn Branley S Clear, Simple TextThis Is A Stage Let S Read And Find Out, Which Means The Book Explains Simple Science Concepts For Preschoolers And Kindergarteners Let S Read And Find Out Is The Winner Of The American Association For The Advancement Of Science Subaru Science Books Films Prize For Outstanding Science SeriesSupports The Common Core Learning Standards And Next Generation Science Standards

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Volcanoes book, this is one of the most wanted Franklyn Mansfield Branley author readers around the world.

[BOOKS] ✮ Volcanoes Author Franklyn Mansfield Branley – Ultimatetrout.info
  • Paperback
  • 40 pages
  • Volcanoes
  • Franklyn Mansfield Branley
  • English
  • 10 October 2019
  • 9780064451895

10 thoughts on “Volcanoes

  1. says:

    32 page non fiction children s book that teaches about volcanoes past and present, discusses the formation, the Ring of Fire , as well as the scientists that study volcanoes Great illustrations too My grandson introduced me to this book and I m happy to have experienced it.

  2. says:

    Good easy to read book on volcanoes Kids loved most of the book but it gets a bit wordy and repetitive It would also be helpful for real pictures instead of drawings The drawings are repetitive too A huge hit was the story of Mt Paricutun and the Mexican farmer whose family had to run.

  3. says:

    Orig written 2013 This set of science books has always been one of my favourites when I was homeschooling, and Branley s books were among the best He was the originator of the series in the first place back in the sixties This book is not too in depth it mostly looks at famous historical volcanoes, going into brief detail about plate tectonics, earthquakes, the Ring of Fire and volcano formation Marc Simont most well known for his illustration of the Nate the Great series has drawn adorable illustrations which I think are lovely This is a nice gentle introduction to volcanoes for the little ones The book has been updated in 2008 with the same text but realistic illustrations by Megan Lloyd I ve glanced some samples of it online and it looks nice, but I m partial to Simont s work myself I have the original first edition hardcover of this and will be keeping it in my collection.

  4. says:

    Let s Read and Find Out title about how volcanoes form, where they are commonly found, and a few famous volcanoes.

  5. says:

    this was an interesting book I liked it because it started out by talking about Mt Vesuvius and Pompeii and I have been there and seen it in person so it was cool to see it in a children s book I think kids would really enjoy this book because volcanoes are cool They shoot fire and lava, I think especially boys can appreciate that I like that it s non fiction but it doesn t look like non fiction, it just looks like a normal children s book So kids are learning without feeling like they are having to read a boring non fiction book.

  6. says:

    VolcanoesFranklyn M BranleyGrade 5Content Gives accounts of volcanic eruptions Describes how volcanoes occur and eruptThis book is a great for teachers to read because it gives accounts of eruptions and how they occurred 5th grade students discuss surface features of the Earth caused by constructive and destructive processes Volcanoes are a good starting point for teachers to introduce this concept to students Many students already have some knowledge of volcanoes, therefore this book allows for a teacher to create great class discussion with the students.

  7. says:

    Taking a broad brush to a large topic, this book provides a wonderful overview of volcanoes which will hopefully stoke the curiosity of readers to learn The work describes some of the famous volcanic eruptions in history and how they impacted the earth and it s climate, the geology of volcanoes and plate tectonics, maps the location of volcanic activity on earth and briefly mentions how scientists monitor for volcanic activity.

  8. says:

    This talks about different volcanoes and how scientists determine when a volcano will erupt It also defines different parts of volcanoes.

  9. says:

    3.5 stars good illustrations and not too dry

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