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Books with title Atlas of the Earth

  • Atlas of the Earth

    Gallimard Jeunesse, Jean-Pierre Verdet, Daniel Moignot

    Hardcover (Scholastic, Aug. 1, 1997)
    Offers a close-up view of the planet, from the depths of the ocean, to the tallest mountain top, to many natural wonders, providing interesting details and colorful acetate pages.
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  • Out of the Earth

    George Edrich

    eBook
    This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.
  • Atlas of the Earth

    Daniel Moignot

    Spiral-bound (My First Discoveries, Sept. 1, 2012)
    Uses transparent overlays and laminated pages to introduce children to the physical earth.
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  • Atlas of the Earth

    Daniel Moignot

    Spiral-bound (First Discovery Atlases, April 1, 2013)
    Learn how continents drift apart and find out how wind, water, and ice shape valleys and mountains. Discover how landscapes are formed over millions of years.
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  • Ends of the Earth

    Bruce Hale, Brandon Dorman

    language (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, June 23, 2015)
    The S.P.I.E.S. team has been scattered to the winds, its headquarters burned down, and Max Segredo is under lock and key at LOTUS HQ. What's even worse is that LOTUS's ruthless leader, Mrs. Frost, wants to adopt him.Max would go to the ends of the earth to be a normal kid with a normal family. But to achieve his deepest desire, he must first evade a hungry tiger, learn to fly a jetpack, reunite with his friends and father, and use all his mad spy skills to stop LOTUS from taking over the government with its mind-control device. Along the way, Max discovers that even a superspy is nothing without his team, and that the strongest families are founded on unconditional love.
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  • Ends of the Earth

    Bruce Hale, Brandon Dorman

    Hardcover (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, June 23, 2015)
    The S.P.I.E.S. team has been scattered to the winds, its headquarters burned down, and Max Segredo is under lock and key at LOTUS HQ. What's even worse is that LOTUS's ruthless leader, Mrs. Frost, wants to adopt him.Max would go to the ends of the earth to be a normal kid with a normal family. But to achieve his deepest desire, he must first evade a hungry tiger, learn to fly a jetpack, reunite with his friends and father, and use all his mad spy skills to stop LOTUS from taking over the government with its mind-control device. Along the way, Max discovers that even a superspy is nothing without his team, and that the strongest families are founded on unconditional love.
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  • The Birth of the Earth

    Jacqui Bailey, Matthew Lilly

    Paperback (Gardners Books, March 31, 2002)
    All children love comic-strips and they are a brilliant way of encouraging children to read. Until now, this format has rarely been used with non-fiction. The information in these four books is presented in an entertaining and accessible way, with accurate yet fun illustrations and a clear and engaging text. Each of the four books forms a chapter in the history of the world.
  • The Atlas of the Earth

    Alexa Stace

    Hardcover (Friedman, Feb. 1, 2002)
    Take a fantastic voyage across Earth, from the outside in, thanks to the latest technologies of satellite imagery and NASA photographs. Volcanoes, icebergs, deserts, and glaciers; mountains that push up through the land’s crust and quakes that shake the ground; shifting tides and coasts, and killer winds: the amazing forces that created and shaped them come into sharp visual focus. Watch ever-changing Earth in action, from the frozen poles to coral islands. From out in space, glimpse the marks of man on our planet’s surface; some, like the Great Wall of China (visible from an orbiting spacecraft) don’t hurt the environment. Others, including the ever-diminishing rainforests and holes in the ozone, have caused almost-irreparable harm. Also: topographic maps of the Americas and the Eastern Pacific; Europe and Africa; Asia, Australia, and the Western Pacific; and the North and South Pole present snapshots of our world.
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  • Birth of the Earth, The

    Jacqui Bailey, Matthew Lilly

    Hardcover (Kids Can Press, Sept. 1, 2001)
    Describes the Big Bang that started the universe, and shows how it led to the growth of stars, the Solar System, and the planet Earth, and how Earth became a place where life could develop.
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  • Earth Atlas

    Susanna van Rose, Richard Bonson

    Hardcover (DK CHILDREN, Sept. 15, 1994)
    Featuring special full-color maps and dramatic color illustrations, an atlas that focuses on how the earth works takes readers beneath the earth's crust, inside a volcano, under a glacier, and to the bottom of an ocean trench. Children's BOMC.
  • Out of the Earth

    George Edrich

    eBook (Positronic Publishing, Sept. 9, 2016)
    This is not a story about the Dero! This is a story about a lost people—a persuasive and haunting story about a people, in a not too distant future, who have been forgotten by history. And it is the story of a little group of courageous people, determined to prove that Death was a Myth!
  • Atlas of the Evolving Earth

    Richard Moody

    Hardcover (Macmillan Reference USA, May 24, 2001)
    Arranged chronologically, details and illustrates the development of Earth and its life forms, from the beginning of the solar system to the present day.
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