Did You Know? Earth: Amazing Answers to More than 200 Awesome Questions! (Why? Series) (Paperback)
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An exciting children’s encyclopedia that answers explosive geography questions about volcanoes, earthquakes, oceans, and more.
Did you know that the Earth’s largest waterfall is underwater, or that mountains grow? Our incredible planet is much more complex than young minds could ever imagine! Did you know? Earth is a thrilling encyclopedia for children aged 6-8 with a fascination for our planet and how it works.
Packed with colorful illustrations, fun facts and quiz boxes, this encyclopedia helps children grasp the science behind our incredible planet. Did you know? Earth takes a unique approach, tackling important issues such as global warming and plastics in the ocean, alongside core geography topics, so children can learn all about how nature works and discover what we can do to look after planet Earth.
This fascinating children’s encyclopedia about the Earth:
- Answers more than 200 questions, such as, “Does land stay still?” and “How do raindrops make a cave?” in an engaging question and answer format
- Features stunning photographs and illustrations alongside fascinating facts
- Structures each page around a question that a child might ask, providing young readers with a reassuring route into the subject
- Includes “Quick quiz” boxes to test the reader on trivia
- Has a fresh and simple design making each page easy to navigate
Help curious minds find out the answers to all the questions they may have, and some they haven't thought of yet! Can you freeze in a desert? Can humans make it rain? Is there life on moss? Covering amazing landforms, deep-sea wonders, and awesome weather, this encyclopedia helps early learners to understand the science behind our extraordinary planet.
About the Author
Dr. Devine Dennie is a geologist and science communicator based in the United States. He is the writer and presenter of Geology Kitchen, a 12-episode series of videos explaining geological concepts with food.