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How the Earth Works An Illustrated Guide to the Wonders of Our Planet

Popular Science
By: Chartwell Books(Author)
356 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Chartwell Books
How the Earth Works
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How the Earth Works covers animals, climate, earth history, biomes, volcanoes, geology, water, radiation, earthquakes, plants, and much more. The book will teach you how continents move, and shows how mountains are built and then eroded away. It follows our world on her ever-changing journey in slow motion with acute attention to detail, and compiles the history of the earth and all of our knowledge on the way the different pieces of the planet fit together.

This inspiring book explains, with info-graphics, 3D illustrations and surprising cutaways, the function of thousands of organisms, natural systems and atmospheric systems, geographical and geological phenomena. How the Earth Works is a work intended to put the world in the hands of all readers, for the understanding of the most complex mechanisms that rule the natural world. The entire family will have the perfect editorial ally to get immersed in the intricacies of our planet and all its natural beauties and creatures.

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Popular Science
By: Chartwell Books(Author)
356 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Chartwell Books
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