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Let's Go Rock Collecting (Let'S-Read-And-Find-Out Science. Stage 2) Paperback – April 11, 1997
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PreSchool-Grade 3. More than just the title has been changed in this updated edition of Gans's Rock Collecting (Crowell, 1984). The topics are the same?basic rock formation; the characteristics of igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks; the uses of rocks in the past (Roman roads, Egyptian pyramids) and the present (cement); and, finally, a bit about rock collecting. The excellent diagrams, full-color photographs of specimens, and minor textual changes clarify the concepts (for example, Mohs' scale of hardness) and extend the presentation. Gans barely introduces collecting rocks in the field and organizing and storing them, but the pair of youngsters featured in Keller's brightly colored illustrations certainly convey the joys of being a rock hound.?Carolyn Angus, The Claremont Graduate School, CA
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Gr. 2^-4, younger for use with adults. Kids will immediately be caught by the idea that, "the oldest things you can collect are rocks." This simple geology book goes on to discuss the formation, hardness, types, and uses of rock. The coverage is cursory, yet it is sufficiently engaging to hold the interest of a young audience. Keller's illustrations, line drawings with watercolor washes, work well in showing the cross-sections of earth and volcanoes. Two children appear in many of the scenes, exploring a Roman road, finding fossils, mixing cement, and collecting rocks to store in boxes and egg cartons. A few pages feature photographs, allowing more realistic views of various rock types. Another good introductory book from the Let's-Read-and-Find-Out series. Carolyn Phelan --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Collecting rocks is cool. You can find rocks anywhere you go. There are photos of granite, quartz, basalt and other common rocks. Simple explanations of Igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic also a brief page on magma and volcanoes. Nice drawings of how the rocks are layered. It has ideas of where to go to collect rocks and how you can store them in an egg carton or box with dividers. There is a drawing of kids looking thru a rock book, appearing to compare their collection with the photos in the book. The book encourages kids to collect rocks and try to figure out what types they find. A good starter book, especially for my 5 year old who is obsessed with rocks, any and all rocks.