Hurricanes and Floods

Hurricanes and Floods

by Anne Schraff
     
 

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Hurricanes and Floods is a page-turning tale of the forces of nature that cause more human death than any other. The 1900 disaster in Galveston, Texas, the ordeal of Hurricane Camille, and floods from Johnstown, Pennsylvania to Los Angeles, California, Readers will be "swept away" by this fastpaced book.

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Hurricanes and Floods is a page-turning tale of the forces of nature that cause more human death than any other. The 1900 disaster in Galveston, Texas, the ordeal of Hurricane Camille, and floods from Johnstown, Pennsylvania to Los Angeles, California, Readers will be "swept away" by this fastpaced book.

Hurricanes and Floods is part of the quick reading non-fiction series “Natural Disasters” that will engage readers of all ages, including English Language Learners. Nature unleashes its forces without regard to people or property. Blizzards, earthquakes, hurricanes and floods, tornadoes, and wildfires are all featured in this nonfiction series that also relates tales of survival and heroism, with a bit of the science behind these natural phenomena.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016193595
Publisher:
Academic Therapy Publications / High Noon Books
Publication date:
06/01/2012
Series:
Natural Disasters Series by High Noon Books , #5
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

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