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Erosion (Let's Explore Science) | Paperback

by Shirley Duke (Author)


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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  Rourke Educational Media
Page Count:  48 Pages
Publication Date:  August 01, 2014
Sales Rank:  1133217th



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In Erosion, students will learn how erosion is caused, the effects it has on the current landscape, and the way it impacts the Earth for years to come. Readers will love discovering new information in this chapter book while also reinforcing learned skills with comprehension and extension activities. The Let’s Explore Science series allows readers to dive into the world of fascinating science-related topics while strengthening reading comprehension skills. Each 48-page title features full-color photographs, real-world applications, content vocabulary, and more to effectively engage young learners

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