5 cool facts about volcanoes

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5 cool facts about volcanoes

Volcano! A Kids Book About Volcanoes ~ A Fun Facts Volcano Picture Book. Children Learn about Volcanic Eruptions, Molten Lava, and Types of Volcanoes and More! by Robert Cameron

How Would You Like Your Kids To Discover and Learn Cool Facts About Volcanoes?

You and your family will love this easy to read and understand picture book created for kids ages 8-12, or younger with the help from an adult. Kids will get an in depth look into this fascinating and dangerous natural phenomenon.

Childrens and young adult author Robert Cameron latest release “Volcano: A Kids Book About Volcanoes, including fun facts, pictures, and types of Volcanoes from around the world. This Kindle eBook brings together many wonderful & detailed pictures illustrations and carefully crafted words to educate children (and adults) all about volcanoes, lava, eruptions, volcano types, disasters, and more.

Amazing pictures of volcanoes that will amaze and intrigue the imagination. This book looks super nice even when your on the full color kindle or on an older Black and White model.

The descriptions in easy to read text beneath each photo stays simple enough for readers of an early age or for all parents to read to a child with easy understanding.

This book depicts the wonder of the world of volcanoes in all their fiery power and destruction

Children are given a well-rounded education of this amazing natural happenings. The following topics are featured:

What is a Volcano
How Volcanoes Work
What Is Lava
Ring of Fire
Pyroclastic Flow
Active Volcanoes

And so much more your child will be thrilled to read about it over and over again!

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*** Your child is guaranteed to love learning and exploring this valuable book.***
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Published 09.01.2019

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10 Interesting Facts About Volcanoes

Amanda is a retired educator with many years of experience teaching children of all ages and abilities in a wide range of contexts. There are around 1, active volcanoes in the world today, but only 20 or 30 erupt each year. Some of the major volcanoes are marked on the map below. Most volcanoes are located on or near the boundaries of the tectonic plates that make up the earth's crust. Mount St. Helens erupted in May,

Enjoy our awesome range of Earth facts for kids. Check out the cool trivia and have fun learning about some of our planet's most amazing features. Fun Volcano Facts. Check out these fun volcano facts for kids. Learn about hot magma, famous eruptions, volcanoes on other planets, volcanic gases, flowing lava and more. Enjoy our wide range of strange and interesting facts about volcanoes.

The biggest volcanic eruption ever recorded by humans was the explosion of Mount Tambora on Sumbawa Island, Indonesia, in It ranked a 7 or "super-colossal" on the Volcanic Explosivity Index, the second-highest rating in the index. The gas and other particles spewed high into the atmosphere during the eruption of Mount Pinatubo reduced global temperatures by about 0. The eruption of Mount Pinatubo ejected more than 1 cubic mile 5 cubic kilometers of material into the air and created a column of ash that rose 22 miles 35 km in the atmosphere. The largest volcanic blast of the 20th century was the eruption of Novarupta one of a chain of volcanoes on the Alaska Peninsula, part of the Pacific Ring of Fire in It was a 6 out of a possible 8 on the Volcanic Explosivity Index.

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Volcanoes are amazing. They can be found all around the world, even underwater!

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4 thoughts on “Volcano! A Kids Book About Volcanoes ~ A Fun Facts Volcano Picture Book. Children Learn about Volcanic Eruptions, Molten Lava, and Types of Volcanoes and More! by Robert Cameron

  1. Roughly accounts of this lightning have been witnessed live. An erupting volcano can trigger tsunamis, flash floods, earthquakes, mudflows and rockfalls.

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