Earthshattering Events!

The Science Behind Natural Disasters

$29.99

An atlas of the most extreme meteorological and geological disasters that nature has to offer!

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ISBN: 9781908714701 Categories: ,

Sophie Williams, Robin Jacobs

Description

We often get asked about books to support the ‘Awesome Earth’ or ‘Natural Disasters’ topics for KS2 and we think we may have just found the perfect one. — Books for Topics

Featuring clear information about a comprehensive range of events, this colourful and fascinating guide is a real eye-opener. — BookTrust

An atlas of the most extreme meteorological and geological disasters that nature has to offer!

We humans take our domination of the planet for granted, but sometimes nature reminds us that this is an illusion. Tectonics rip open the earth, vast waves sweep away coastal towns, magma spews from volcanoes and hurricanes lay waste to entire countries.

This book explores nature at its most destructive. Clear, coherent explanations break down the science behind phenomena including hurricanes, tornadoes, avalanches, earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanoes, alongside fascinating facts about the biggest and the worst. Informative, accessible illustrations by Sophie Williams make this so much more than your standard geography book.

Additional information

Weight 847 g
Dimensions 23.7 x 30.1 cm
Publisher name Cicada Books Ltd
Publication date 30 December 2019
Number of pages 64
Format Hardback
Dimensions 23.7 x 30.1 cm
Weight 847 g
Sophie Williams is a recent illustration graduate based in Cornwall. Her engaging, informative illustrations are reminiscent of Axel Schleffer in their warmth and humour.