Coverart for item
The Resource I wonder why volcanoes blow their tops: : and other questions about national disasters, Rosie Greenwood

I wonder why volcanoes blow their tops: : and other questions about national disasters, Rosie Greenwood

Label
I wonder why volcanoes blow their tops: : and other questions about national disasters
Title
I wonder why volcanoes blow their tops:
Title remainder
and other questions about national disasters
Statement of responsibility
Rosie Greenwood
Title variation
Volcanoes blow their tops
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Question and answer format provides scientific information on volcanoes and other phenomena
Member of
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Greenwood, Rosie
Dewey number
500
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Interest level
Grades K-4
Literary form
non fiction
Reading level
5.8
Series statement
I wonder why
Study program name
Accelerated Reader
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Science
Label
I wonder why volcanoes blow their tops: : and other questions about national disasters, Rosie Greenwood
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
Where does forked lightning come from? -- What is ball lightning? -- Why do forests catch on fire? -- Who bombs fires? -- How can you fight fire with fire? -- When does a wind become a gale? -- Why are blizzards dangerous? -- Why did people shoot at clouds? -- How much damage can a hurricane do? -- Where is a hurricane's eye? -- What do hurricanes, typhoons, and cyclones have in common? -- What wind can sink a ship? -- How do sailors know a storm is on its way? -- Which boats are unsinkable? -- Why are twisters so dangerous? -- What is a waterspout? -- Where can you see a devil? -- Where can wind strip paint off of a car? -- What is the Dust Bowl? -- How can a child be so destructive? -- When does mud slide? -- What makes floods happen in a flash? -- How do floods help us? -- When does snow race at top speed? -- Who is an avalanche victim's best friend? -- What makes land slide? -- What happens in an earthquake? -- When does soil turn into soup? -- How do we measure earthquakes? -- Which mountains spit fire? -- Why do volcanoes blow their tops? -- Where can you see rivers of rock? -- What is an avalanche of ash? -- Which volcano buried a Roman town? -- How can volcanoes be good for you? -- How big can waves get? -- What sets off tsunamis? -- What is dangerous about space rocks? -- Which was the greatest disaster on Earth?
Control code
sky253311963
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
32 p.
Isbn
9780753469651
Isbn Type
: (Hbd)
Other physical details
col. ill., col. map
Label
I wonder why volcanoes blow their tops: : and other questions about national disasters, Rosie Greenwood
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
Where does forked lightning come from? -- What is ball lightning? -- Why do forests catch on fire? -- Who bombs fires? -- How can you fight fire with fire? -- When does a wind become a gale? -- Why are blizzards dangerous? -- Why did people shoot at clouds? -- How much damage can a hurricane do? -- Where is a hurricane's eye? -- What do hurricanes, typhoons, and cyclones have in common? -- What wind can sink a ship? -- How do sailors know a storm is on its way? -- Which boats are unsinkable? -- Why are twisters so dangerous? -- What is a waterspout? -- Where can you see a devil? -- Where can wind strip paint off of a car? -- What is the Dust Bowl? -- How can a child be so destructive? -- When does mud slide? -- What makes floods happen in a flash? -- How do floods help us? -- When does snow race at top speed? -- Who is an avalanche victim's best friend? -- What makes land slide? -- What happens in an earthquake? -- When does soil turn into soup? -- How do we measure earthquakes? -- Which mountains spit fire? -- Why do volcanoes blow their tops? -- Where can you see rivers of rock? -- What is an avalanche of ash? -- Which volcano buried a Roman town? -- How can volcanoes be good for you? -- How big can waves get? -- What sets off tsunamis? -- What is dangerous about space rocks? -- Which was the greatest disaster on Earth?
Control code
sky253311963
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
32 p.
Isbn
9780753469651
Isbn Type
: (Hbd)
Other physical details
col. ill., col. map

Library Locations

    • KDL Caledonia Twp. BranchBorrow it
      6260 92nd St. SE, Caledonia, MI, 49316, US
      42.7972909 -85.5064716
    • KDL Gaines Twp. BranchBorrow it
      421 68th St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI, 49548, US
      42.8411386 -85.65376359999999
Processing Feedback ...