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192 Results
I'm trying to love rocks —Barton, Bethany, author, illustrator.

"From the Grand Canyon to volcanos to diamonds and fossils, geology--the study of rocks--shows us where we've been and where we're going. With tons of humor and scores of fascinating facts, [the author] introduces younge...

Rocks, fossils, minerals, and gems —Martin, Claudia, author.

"Learn about how fossils form, where different rocks are found, and how minerals are used in everyday life"-- Back cover.

The best book of fossils, rocks and minerals —Pellant, Chris.

Briefly describes different kinds of rocks and minerals, telling how they are formed, where they are found and their uses and examines what we can learn from fossils.

My book of rocks and minerals —Dennie, Devin, author.

"My Book of Rocks and Minerals is filled with fascinating facts about and amazing images of rocks, minerals, gems, and fossils from the deepest caves to outer space. Features introduce different categories, from crystals...

The big book of bling : ritzy rocks, extravagant animals, sparkling science, and more! —Davidson, Rose M., author.

"Information about gems, rocks, and other shiny objects on the planet, for children"-- Provided by publisher.

Rocky road trip —Stamper, Judith Bauer.

Miss Frizzle's class learns about rocks and minerals during a field trip to the Grand Canyon.

Rocks & minerals —Honovich, Nancy, author.

A fact-filled guide to common rocks and minerals includes each mineral's chemical formula, where it can be naturally found, and activities to help explore different proerties of rocks and minerals.

Rocks tell stories —Horenstein, Sidney S.

Discusses the nature, significance, and uses of rocks, how they can change over time, and what they can reveal about the Earth and its history.

Rocks & minerals —Symes, R. F.

Text and photographs examine the creation, importance, erosion, mining, and uses of rocks and minerals.

Rocks, minerals & gems / [the definitivevisual catalog of the treasure beneth your feet] —Callery, Sean, author.

In "Rocks, Minerals, and Gems," readers will learn about hundreds of rocks, minerals, crystals, and gems that were forged by the most powerful events in prehistory. Explore what specimens look like and how they're used t...

Rocks and minerals —Zoehfeld, Kathleen Weidner.

An introduction to rocks and minerals including how they are formed.

The pebble in my pocket : a history of our Earth —Hooper, Meredith.

The history of a pebble is followed from its time in a volcano to the primordial forests; from there it is stepped on by dinosaurs, dragged by glaciers and picked up by cavepeople.

Geology —Clifford, Tim, 1959-

Describes geology which is the study of the solid matter making up the Earth. Defines different layers of the Earth, its continents past and present, and the kinds of rock and soil present in the lithosphere.

The nature and science of rocks —Burton, Jane.

Explores such aspects of rocks as their location, how they are formed, what they are made of, their appearance, how they can be dated, and their changing nature.

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