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by Dennis Fradin,Judith Fradin
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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Dennis Fradin,Judith Fradin
  • ISBN:
    1426201117
  • ISBN13:
    978-1426201110
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  • Publisher:
    National Geographic Children's Books (September 11, 2007)
  • Pages:
    48 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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Witness to Disaster: Hurricanes Fradin, Dennis Random House (USA) .

Witness to Disaster: Hurricanes Fradin, Dennis Random House (USA) 9781426201127 : Step into the eye of the storm. This book offers readers both a historical perspective on the human experience of Tsunamis and a scientific perspective on why they occur and what scientists are doing to help people stay out of the way.

Witness to Disaster book. Dennis Fradin has written children's books on topics as varied as astronomy, colonial history, the Underground Railroad, slave escapes and scientific discoveries

Witness to Disaster book. Step into the eye of the storm. Dennis Fradin has written children's books on topics as varied as astronomy, colonial history, the Underground Railroad, slave escapes and scientific discoveries. He has written biographies of Thomas Jefferson, Samuel Adams, Jane Addams and Louis Braille, among others. Bound for the North Star is his riveting collection of true slave escape stories.

Book is in Like New, near Mint Condition. WITNESS TO DISASTER: VOLCANOES By Judith Fradin - Hardcover Mint Condition. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. Text will be unmarked and pages crisp.

By Dennis Fradin and Judith Fradin. About Witness to Disaster: Volcanoes. Your world is about to change forever. Beneath your feet, a molten hell brews-and its boiling fury can no longer be contained within the Earth’s thin crust. Part of Witness to Disaster. Category: Children’s Middle Grade Books Children’s Picture Books. Aug 28, 2007 ISBN 9780792253761 Middle Grade (8-12).

Judy and Dennis Fradin have collectively written over 150 books. Their many awards include the 2004 SCBWI Golden Kite Honor book award for The Power of One: Daisy Bates and the Little Rock Nine, and the School Library Journal Best Book of the Year for 5,000 Miles to Freedom: Ellen and William Craft’s Flight from Slavery. Their most recent National Geographic title was Earthquakes.

The first chapter documents the 1964 Alaskan quake that shook Prince William Sound with a . magnitude force, and set off a tsunami that ultimately caused most of the deaths attributed to this frightening act of nature. The following chapters explore the deadly history of earthquakes and the seismic and geological science of this phenomenon. Readers learn how and why earthquakes occur, and what scientists can do to prevent casualties.

by Dennis Brindell Fradin and Judith Bloom Fradin.

This exciting book from National Geographic features the stories of men, women, and children who have felt the awe-inspiring force of 190-mile-per-hour winds and lived to tell . Who Was Ben Franklin? Dennis Brindell Fradin.

This exciting book from National Geographic features the stories of men, women, and children who have felt the awe-inspiring force of 190-mile-per-hour winds and lived to tell about it. Prepare to be astonished! مزید پڑھیں. Ben Franklin was the scientist who, with the help of a kite, discovered that lightning is electricity. He was also a statesman, an inventor, a printer, and an author-a man of such amazingly varied talents that some people claimed he had magical powers! Full of all the details kids will want to know, the true story of Benjamin Franklin is by turns sad and funny, but always honest and awe-inspiring.

Narrated by Ken Marks.

You'll see the frightful sights and hear the roaring sounds these witnesses experienced during their harrowing ordeals.

Step into the eye of the storm. Follow the action, from the first news reports of a hurricane called Katrina gathering out at sea, to eyewitness accounts of those who survive the epic devastation she finally wreaks along the Gulf Coast. Then look back at the history of these catastrophic storms and examine the science of hurricanes. How do they form? Why do they rage through the same regions? Which were the deadliest hurricanes in history? And how can scientists predict their landfall? All the answers are here, in an exciting narrative brought to life with stunning National Geographic photography of storm-ravaged landscapes and cities. The book's informative back matter contains all the facts that report-writers need, and includes a complete list of sources to find out more about this fearsome phenomenon. This season, Hurricanes will score a direct hit with children everywhere.National Geographic supports K-12 educators with ELA Common Core Resources.Visit www.natgeoed.org/commoncore for more information.