Understanding Climate Change

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    Could volcanoes be changing the climate? Why are scientists worried about climate today? Can too much heat be a bad thing for life on Earth? The exciting, eye-catching photographs and easy-to-read sentences in Understanding Climate Change help young readers understand climate change, learn why Earth’s climate is growing warmer, and find out about the possible devastating effects of climate change. As they read along, kids will learn how they can help fight global warming by changing little things in their everyday lives.

    With exciting, eye-catching photographs and easy-to-understand sentences, World Book’s Earth’s Changing Climate series helps kids with a 3rd to 5th grade primary reading level learn about climate change. Each nonfiction book explains how climate change affects the weather, wildlife, our oceans, and the habitats of living things around the world! Explaining the possible devastating effects of climate change, the books include a helpful glossary and index that direct students to the most important terms and topics. As they read along, kids will learn how they can help fight climate change (also called global warming) by changing little things in their everyday lives.

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    Could volcanoes be changing the climate? Learn why Earth’s climate is growing warmer, and find out about the possible devastating effects of climate change. As they read along, kids will learn how they can help fight global warming by changing little things in their everyday lives.

    Key Highlights


    • Complex concepts are explained in concise language to facilitate comprehension
    • Supports Next Generation Science Standards and STEM instruction
    • Timely series that covers a hot-topic issue around the globe
    SKU: ECO01 |  ISBN: 978-0-7166-2706-7 |  Pages: 48 |  8" x 10"  |  Interest Level: Ages 11-14+
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