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  • Inside Hurricanes

    Mary Kay Carson

    Hardcover (Sterling, Oct. 5, 2010)
    What makes a hurricane? Where do they strike? What do scientists learn from flying planes through these dangerous storms? Stunning photographs-taken on the ground and from space-as well as incredible gatefolds will help children understand this powerful, destructive force of nature. Inside Hurricanes includes dramatic first-person accounts from hurricane survivors and the latest science on how climate change will affect hurricanes, plus hands-on activities, maps, diagrams, and more.
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  • Inside Dinosaurs

    Andra Serlin Abramson, Carl Mehling, Jason Brougham, American Museum of Natural History

    Paperback (Sterling, Oct. 5, 2010)
    Through more than 75 meticulously hand-drawn illustrations, plus ten gorgeous gatefolds, experts from the world-famous American Museum of Natural History recreate the world of the dinosaurs as it was over 250 million years ago. Each gatefold presents a dinosaur-related subject, from the characteristics of the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous time periods to dinosaur classification using a cladogram. In addition, readers will accompany a paleontologist on an excavation and learn how they plan a dig!
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  • Inside Earthquakes

    Melissa Stewart

    Paperback (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.
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  • Inside Volcanoes

    Melissa Stewart

    Hardcover (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.
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  • Inside Weather

    Mary Kay Carson, Cynthia Shaw

    Hardcover (Sterling Children's Books, Oct. 4, 2011)
    What makes weather happen? Why do the winds blow? Where are the coldest, hottest, and rainiest places on earth? With eye-catching photos, Inside Weather cracks the meteorological code, teaching kids about the sophisticated equipment scientists use to gather information and make predictions. It explains the difference between “weather” and “climate,” presents weird weather phenomena, charts climate zones across the globe, and much more.
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  • Inside Dinosaurs

    Andra Serlin Abramson, Carl Mehling, American Museum of Natural History, Jason Brougham

    Hardcover (Sterling, Oct. 5, 2010)
    Book annotation not available for this title.Title: Inside DinosaursAuthor: Abramson, Andra Serlin/ Brougham, Jason/ Mehling, Carl/ Brougham, Jason (ILT)/ American Museum of NPublisher: Sterling Pub Co IncPublication Date: 2010/10/05Number of Pages: 48Binding Type: HARDCOVERLibrary of Congress: 2010010122
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  • Inside Ancient Rome

    David Stewart

    Hardcover (Enchanted Lion Books, Nov. 29, 2005)
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  • Inside Human Body

    Dr. Aron M. Bruhn MD, Joel Ito, Kathleen Kemly

    Hardcover (Sterling, Oct. 5, 2010)
    Take the most fantastic voyage of all! With more than 70 illustrations plus dynamic multiple full-body fold-outs, Inside Human Body offers thrilling close-up views of the heart, lungs, brain, nerves, and more! Each system is presented in a child-friendly context, with answers to such questions as: What are goose bumps? Why do I have freckles? Why do my veins look blue if my blood is red?
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  • Inside Butterflies

    Hazel Davies, Melisa Beveridge, American Museum of Natural History

    Paperback (Sterling, July 5, 2011)
    Inside Butterflies will thrill young readers with close-up looks at their favorite insect! This beautiful book, created in partnership wit the American Museum of Natural History, covers everything from biology to conservation. Readers can observe each stage of metamorphosis, watch butterflies feed in a tropical rainforest, follow monarchs on their long migration, and shadow scientists to see how they work with butterflies and moths.
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  • Inside Ancient Rome

    David Stewart

    Hardcover (Book House, Oct. 16, 2005)
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  • Inside Butterflies

    Hazel Davies, Melisa Beveridge, American Museum of Natural History

    Hardcover (Sterling, July 5, 2011)
    Inside Butterflies will thrill young readers with close-up looks at their favorite insect! This beautiful book, created in partnership with the American Museum of Natural History, covers everything from biology to conservation. Readers can observe each stage of metamorphosis, watch butterflies feed in a tropical rainforest, follow monarchs on their long migration, and shadow scientists to see how they work with butterflies and moths.
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  • Inside Level D TX Writers Workout with Test Strategies

    National Geographic Learning

    Paperback (National Geographic School Pub, May 4, 2010)
    Inside Lvl D TX Wrtrs Wkout w/ Test Strategies