eBook Planet Earth, 2nd Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1615355618
  • ISBN-13: 9781615355617
  • DDC: 910.02
  • Grade Level Range: 2nd Grade - 6th Grade
  • 64 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released August 2013
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Overview

Updated for 2012 and part of the Britannica Learning Library Series, in Planet Earth one will discover answers to these questions and many more. Through pictures, articles, fun facts, one will travel around the world, seeing the highest and the lowest, the hottest and the coldest, and the strangest and most beautiful places on Earth.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Introduction.
Table of Contents.
1: Geography: Learning about the Earth.
2: Continents: The Largest Pieces of Land.
3: Antarctica: A Continent of Extremes.
4: Mountains: Building Earth's Giant Landscapes.
5: Caves: When Water Is Stronger than Stone.
6: Deserts: Lands of Little Water.
7: Oasis: Water in the Desert.
8: Peninsulas: Fingers of Land.
9: Rainforests: Endangered Ecosystems.
10: Marshes: Grassy Wetlands.
11: Rivers: The Power of Flowing Water.
12: Floods: Engulfed by Water.
13: Glaciers: Rivers of Ice.
14: Amazon: The Rainforest River.
15: Nile River: Egypt's Gift.
16: Victoria Falls: “The Smoke That Thunders”.
17: Niagara Falls: Thunder of Waters.
18: Grand Canyon: Nature's Masterpiece.
19: Oceans: The World of Water.
20: Islands: Dry Spots in a Watery World.
21: Galapagos Islands: The Islands at the End of the World.
22: Great Barrier Reef: Island of Reefs Within Reefs.
23: Icebergs: The Biggest Ice Cubes.
24: Tides: The Ocean's Rise and Fall.
25: Atlantic Ocean: The Youngest Ocean.
26: Indian Ocean: Ocean between Many Contients.
27: Mediterranean Sea: The Sea in the Middle of Land.
28: Pacific Ocean: Largest Ocean in the World.
Glossary.
Index.
Front Cover.
Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Copyright Page.
Introduction.
Table of Contents.
1: Geography: Learning about the Earth.
2: Continents: The Largest Pieces of Land.
3: Antarctica: A Continent of Extremes.
4: Mountains: Building Earth's Giant Landscapes.
5: Caves: When Water Is Stronger than Stone.
6: Deserts: Lands of Little Water.
7: Oasis: Water in the Desert.
8: Peninsulas: Fingers of Land.
9: Rainforests: Endangered Ecosystems.
10: Marshes: Grassy Wetlands.
11: Rivers: The Power of Flowing Water.
12: Floods: Engulfed by Water.
13: Glaciers: Rivers of Ice.
14: Amazon: The Rainforest River.
15: Nile River: Egypt's Gift.
16: Victoria Falls: “The Smoke That Thunders”.
17: Niagara Falls: Thunder of Waters.
18: Grand Canyon: Nature's Masterpiece.
19: Oceans: The World of Water.
20: Islands: Dry Spots in a Watery World.
21: Galapagos Islands: The Islands at the End of the World.
22: Great Barrier Reef: Island of Reefs Within Reefs.
23: Icebergs: The Biggest Ice Cubes.
24: Tides: The Ocean's Rise and Fall.
25: Atlantic Ocean: The Youngest Ocean.
26: Indian Ocean: Ocean between Many Continents.
27: Mediterranean Sea: The Sea in the Middle of Land.
28: Pacific Ocean: Largest Ocean in the Word.
Glossary.
Index.