[ Free Reading ] Extreme Planet (National Geographic Kids)Author National Geographic Kids – Kairafanan.co

The Earth Explodes In Shoots Of Hot Magma, Glaciers Crash Into The Ocean, Grotesque Creatures Lurk In Deep Caves Follow Noted National Geographic Explorer And Photographer Carsten Peters As He Shows Us That Our Precious Planet Earth Is One Wild And Extreme Place Tornadoes, Ice Caves, Glaciers, Lightening No Territory Or Phenomenon Is Too Scarey For Daring Explorer Carsten Peter, Who Is Right At Home Exploring The Most Outrageous Places And Raucous Natural Occurrences Around The Globe Kids Can Follow Along As He Heads Into Extreme Places And Reveals The Science And Background Behind These Seemingly Unexplainable Natural Places And Phenomenon Underlying Each Of His Adventures Is A Dose Of Hard Science, Intriguing History, Provocative Images, Tips, Gear Gadget Advice, And To Help Kids Learn About The Earth How They Can Help Preserve The Planet


3 thoughts on “Extreme Planet (National Geographic Kids)

  1. says:

    My kids love this book and all of them can share and enjoy it.


  2. says:

    This was ordered as a replacement for a lost library book The condition received was excellent.


  3. says:

    EXTREME PLANET by National Geographic Kids follows Carsten Peter s adventures exploring intense environments around the world.In each exciting chapter, author Carsten Peter explores a different amazing landscape including volcanoes, glaciers and ice sheets, deserts, caves, canyons, and other extreme places The topics feature maps, diagrams, and full color photographs In addition to an interesting narrative, each chapter also includes expert tips, notes from the field, necessary gear and gadgets, and sidebars containing related facts.Activities are woven throughout the book Youth learn to make a tornado in a bottle, use a topographical map, and grow stalactites The book also includes a glossary, resources, activity ideas, and an index.Librarians will find that youth enjoy following an explorer visiting exciting destinations around the work Connect the book with nonfiction works focusing on the science of each destination such as volcanoes and caves.Published by National Geographic Kids on October 13, 2015.