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Books in See inside series

  • Inside Earthquakes

    Melissa Stewart

    Hardcover (Sterling Children's Books, Oct. 4, 2011)
    Several million earthquakes occur every year-but why and where do they happen? Young readers will get the inside scoop in this exciting volume. Stunning gatefolds and photographs from on the ground and from satellites in space, as well as dramatic first-person accounts, coverage of the recent Haiti disaster, and the latest scientific information, make Inside Earthquakes a fascinating, ripped-from-the-headlines look at this natural phenomenon.
  • An ancient Chinese town

    Penelope Hughes-Stanton

    Unknown Binding (Published for Barnes & Noble by Kingfisher Books, Jan. 1, 1986)
  • See inside a Roman town

    Jonathan Rutland

    Hardcover (Hutchinson, Nov. 14, 1979)
  • See Inside a Space Station

    Robin Kerrod, R. J. Unstead

    Library Binding (Franklin Watts, March 1, 1988)
    Drawings and photographs accompany information on American and Russian space stations and space cities of the future
  • See Inside an Airport

    Jonathan Rutland, John Berry, John Green, Michael Kelly

    Library Binding (Franklin Watts, May 1, 1978)
    Describes and depicts all the important activities in an international airport, from aircraft maintenance to passenger services
  • Inside Volcanoes

    Melissa Stewart

    Paperback (Sterling, July 5, 2011)
    What causes scorching hot lava to spike through Earth's crust and make a volcano blow its top? Do volcanoes exist in space? What do brave volcanologists learn by climbing right into a volcano's mouth? In the wake of the eruptions by Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull, everyone wants to know! Ten spectacular gatefolds, plus incredible photos, graphs, maps, diagrams, and first-person stories, take intrepid young explorers right to the source to find out.
  • See Inside a TV Studio

    George Beal

    Library Binding (Franklin Watts, May 1, 1978)
    Details the steps in the production of television programs, explaining the functions and use of equipment, television transmission, and job opportunities
  • See inside an oil rig and tanker

    Jonathan Rutland

    Hardcover (Warwick Press, March 15, 1978)
    Text and illustrations describe the physical layout, operations, and personnel of a drilling platform or oil rig, production platform, and oil tanker.
  • Inside Lightning

    Melissa Stewart

    Hardcover (Sterling Children's Books, Oct. 4, 2011)
    Bright. Beautiful. Dramatic. Dangerous. Lightning is all this--and more. Inside Lightning reveals the truth about this mysterious force of nature. Find out where and when it strikes, follow its formation from cloud to ground, see incredible photos of lightning flashes on earth and beyond, watch lightning scientists at work, and hear stories from those who have come face-to-face with lightning's awesome power. Includes safety tips.
  • See Under The Ground

    Alex Frith, Colin King

    Board book (Usborne Pub Ltd, Jan. 1, 2007)
    Allows readers to lift flaps and explore what is found under their feet, from the internal layers of the Earth and the subway to animal homes and fossils.
  • See inside an Egyptian town

    R. J Unstead

    Unknown Binding (Warwick Press, March 15, 1978)
    Provides a close look at the buildings and activities in an Egyptian town begun in 1375 B.C. to honor the god Aten.
  • Inside Tornadoes

    Mary Kay Carson

    Hardcover (Sterling, Oct. 5, 2010)
    Tornadoes are the most violent storms on the planet-as these dramatic photographs and gatefolds vividly reveal. Young readers will get the inside scoop on tornadoes in this electrifying volume, filled with powerful before-and-after images of storm sites. They'll discover what makes a tornado, where they strike, and what scientists discover as they risk their lives driving equipment as close as possible to these storms. With first-person accounts of historic storms, fascinating facts on climate change and its potential effect on tornadoes, and hands-on activities, this book will fascinate curious readers.