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Children's LiteratureGooey, sticky, messy clay may be what you use for your next art project . . . but it also may be in your own backyard. Clay, a natural material found in the earth, can be found almost anywhere and is used for all sorts of things. After being dug from the ground, clay can become a brick, a pot, or even a toilet. This introductory book provides readers with an overview of what clay is, how it is used, and why it is important. A perfect bridge between natural science and art, the text and photos help children realize that there is much more to clay than just an art project. A hands-on activity, glossary and recommended Internet sites provide additional learning resources. 2005, Capstone Press, Ages 5 to 8.