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Kids Can Press Spring 2014

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    Fountas & Pinnell Text Level Gradient: R Lexile measure: 1050L
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    Distributor: Hachette Book Group Availability: In stock On Sale Date:Apr 01, 2014 Carton Quantity:24 $19.95 CAD
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Exploring the Secret World Beneath Your Feet
By (author): Jane Price Illustrated by: James Gulliver Hancock
9781894786898 Hardcover English Juvenile: Age (years) from 8 - 12, Grade (US) from 3 - 7 JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature / Environmental Science & Ecosystems Apr 01, 2014
$19.95 CAD
Active 9 x 10.25 x 0.63 in | 1.41 lb 96 pages Kids Can Press
Washington State Towner Nonfiction Award, Washington Library Media Association 2016, Short-listed
Young readers will dig deep into this compendium of all things underground, from volcanoes and dinosaur bones to tombs, city works and buried treasure! With its fun facts, colorful sketches and amazing photographs, Underworld will make even kids with their heads in the clouds wonder what lies beneath.    

Jane Price writes fiction and nonfiction for children and teenagers. In addition to Underworld, she is the co-author of Lonely Planet’s Not-For-Parents: The Travel Book. Jane lives in Sydney, Australia, with her husband, three excitable children and a large brown woolly dog.

James Gulliver Hancock
has done illustration, animation and design work for many major print, TV and music publications. He currently works out of studios in The Pencil Factory in Brooklyn, New York, and from his homeland studio in Sydney, Australia.

A scattershot but revealing dig beneath our planet's surface, illustrated with a mix of photos and schematic cutaways.
Kirkus Reviews

Elementary boys will devour this nonfiction book about everything underground from tombs to cities and much more.
Library Media Connection

Jane Price gives curious young readers a sense of realms hidden from most of us ... Photographs convey the grandeur and amazing formations of certain caves, and James Gulliver Hancock's cross-section illustration of a cave city shows how it was organized in a way no photograph could.
The Washington Post

Readers who dream of spelunking or who simply want to dive into a well (of information) will find much to ponder---bats and naked mole rats get spreads of their own, as does the curse of King Tut and the 2010 Chilean mine collapse---in this lively and accessible exploration.
Publishers Weekly

The informative text and illustrations are sure to hold the attention of readers and spark interest in further research of the topics.
School Library Journal

Visual appeal, high-interest text, and a wide scope of information inspire young readers to dig deeper---literally.

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