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Older Than Dirt: A Wild but True History of…
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Older Than Dirt: A Wild but True History of Earth (udgave 2021)

af Don Brown (Forfatter)

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Almost 14.5 billion years ago, it all started with a BIG BANG and what began as a cloud of gas, dust, and rock eventually took shape and bloomed into a molten sphere. Battered by asteroid collisions, ice ages, and shifting tectonic plates, our fledgling planet finally pushed forth continents. But if you think the earth has calmed down since then--think again! Geological activity continues to sculpt the earth's landscape, sometimes with terrible consequences for its inhabitants: earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis.   In this one-of-a-kind, wild, but true history of Earth, the Sibert Honor medalist Don Brown takes on big concepts with humor and ease.… (mere)
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Titel:Older Than Dirt: A Wild but True History of Earth
Forfattere:Don Brown (Forfatter)
Info:Etch/Clarion Books (2021), 112 pages
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Older Than Dirt: A Wild but True History of Earth af Don Brown

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This book is narrated by a worm. The graphic novel goes over the different states that the Earth has been in throughout time. I would use this book as a reference piece for the different events that has made the planet what it is today. ( )
  CourtneyFink | Nov 17, 2021 |
This is an informational text all about Earth and it's history. The book covers topics like, the big bang theory, tectonic plates, natural disasters, etc. This story would be great for science lessons on earth and space. This book could be read in sections to cover specific topics. Students will find this book fascinating from the illustrations and pictures to the information written. ( )
  BreeRud | Dec 3, 2018 |
Nothing like this book to make you feel insignificant in the universe! A groundhog tells the history of the earth to a neighboring worm, from big bang, through all the geologic eras, Hadean to Holocene. Billions of years of earthly change, the slow formation of rocks, oil, mountains, continents and life. It can feel a bit overwhelming that humans made it here at all! Geology nerds will pore over the details while others may be captivated by the incredible facts presented within. ( )
  Salsabrarian | Jun 26, 2018 |
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Almost 14.5 billion years ago, it all started with a BIG BANG and what began as a cloud of gas, dust, and rock eventually took shape and bloomed into a molten sphere. Battered by asteroid collisions, ice ages, and shifting tectonic plates, our fledgling planet finally pushed forth continents. But if you think the earth has calmed down since then--think again! Geological activity continues to sculpt the earth's landscape, sometimes with terrible consequences for its inhabitants: earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis.   In this one-of-a-kind, wild, but true history of Earth, the Sibert Honor medalist Don Brown takes on big concepts with humor and ease.

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