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Children's LiteratureThis title begins by going back two-hundred million years ago naming the forming layers of earth, layer by layer, until we reach today's ever-changing earth topography. The text is beautifully illustrated and easy to follow with questions readers may have answered by an adult. This nonfiction book would be a great resource for a classroom or library to aid in understanding the earth's composition. Although the publishers recommend a five- to eight-year reading level, it seems more appropriate for an older child. Younger children who are gifted, a child interested in earth science, or a student who needs a book report or reference for geography may appreciate this book. 2005, Boyds Mill Press, Ages 8 to 12.
—Charlotte M. Krall