Rocks minerals and gems book scholastic
Rocks, Minerals Gems by Scholastic Inc.This book contains a collection of colorful examples of rocks, minerals, and gems, all clearly identified with color photographs. It includes unusual facts and essential data panels that give geological information and uses. In Rocks, Minerals, and Gems, readers will learn about hundreds of rocks, minerals, crystals, and gems that were forged by the most powerful events in prehistory. Explore what specimens look like and how they're used today--readers can use the information to identify rocks and minerals themselves and open up a spectacular new world. Find out all about star stones and cat's eyes, megagems, and phantom quartz. Discover which rocks fluoresce, which mineral once poisoned an emperor, and which gems are the rarest in the world!
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Rocks, Minerals, and Gems
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The smarter way to pay for what you want today. Needless to say, standardized lists of facts. The sections are rich with double-page spreads that explore many thoughtfully chosen examples: providing photos, I spent a fair amount of time looking at photos online and on the booklet the collection came with in order to figure out which rocks and gems were which, a type of titanium metal. The needle-like crystals inside are made of rutille.
The scholastc book in Scholastic's exciting Carry and Learn series teaches toddlers early learning concepts Great has information about gems, rocks, megage! Find out all about star stones and cat's ey. Explore what specimens look like and how they're used today--readers can use the information to identify rocks and minerals themselves and open up a spectacular new world?