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Rocks and minerals / Gail Tuchman.

By: Tuchman, Gail [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Scholastic discover more readersLevel 2: Publisher: New York Scholastic 2015Description: 32 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0545839475; 9780545839471.Subject(s): Rocks -- Juvenile literature | Minerals -- Juvenile literature | Petrology -- Juvenile literature | Minerals | Petrology | RocksDDC classification: 552
Contents:
Our rocky Earth -- Sparkling gems -- Planet rock -- Igneous rocks -- Sedimentary rocks -- Metamorphic rocks -- Using rocks and minerals -- Glossary -- Index.
Summary: "The whole world is made of rocks1 The Earth' rocky crust was formed millions years ago, and its rocks are always changing. It is full of fascinating minerals, and we use its treasures in hundreds of ways. This Level 2 Reader teaches readers all about the different kind of rocks and minerals, how rocks were shaped, how we use the Earth's mineral resources, and how we can unlock its fossil secrets. The book uses simple text and full-color photographs throughout"--
List(s) this item appears in: Summer Reading 2018
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Includes index.

Our rocky Earth -- Sparkling gems -- Planet rock -- Igneous rocks -- Sedimentary rocks -- Metamorphic rocks -- Using rocks and minerals -- Glossary -- Index.

"The whole world is made of rocks1 The Earth' rocky crust was formed millions years ago, and its rocks are always changing. It is full of fascinating minerals, and we use its treasures in hundreds of ways. This Level 2 Reader teaches readers all about the different kind of rocks and minerals, how rocks were shaped, how we use the Earth's mineral resources, and how we can unlock its fossil secrets. The book uses simple text and full-color photographs throughout"--

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