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38 review for I Can Read About Earthquakes and Volcanoes

  1. 5 out of 5

    Meredith

    First of all, I found it very troubling that the Hindu mythology was listed as "some people," while Roman mythology was listed as "ancient Romans." Second of all, both Hindu & Roman beliefs were presented as foolish and outdated. And to top it all off, why do they have to depict some un-named native peoples as the only people crazy enough to live near a volcano, rebuilding in the same spot even after a tsunami? DOES SCHOLASTIC EVEN HAVE EDITORS? Sheesh... First of all, I found it very troubling that the Hindu mythology was listed as "some people," while Roman mythology was listed as "ancient Romans." Second of all, both Hindu & Roman beliefs were presented as foolish and outdated. And to top it all off, why do they have to depict some un-named native peoples as the only people crazy enough to live near a volcano, rebuilding in the same spot even after a tsunami? DOES SCHOLASTIC EVEN HAVE EDITORS? Sheesh...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Hope Johnson

    This book allows children to read about volcanoes and other disasters in a way that they can simply understand. This book can be read with a small group after a science lesson would be taught. You could use the book as an open discussion about the comparisons between what they learned and what the book says. They can also point out new facts they learn along the way. This would be a great way to incorporate science with just a simple book discussion.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Faith

    Earthquakes and volcanoes. Reason why I liked this book- Reason 1- I learned about earthquakes and volcanoes. Reason 2- It was short. Reason 3- It had pictures.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Deanna

    This book had some good information. It was easy to read with good illustrations. The kids liked it.

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    Wendy

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    Gabe

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    Tyler

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    Charleene

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    Angi Turner

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    Dancingdiva

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    Cortney Kittridge

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    Julie

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    Know Learning

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    David

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    Abigail

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    Heather

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    Angie Lisle

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    Amy

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    Jody Timmins

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    Melissa M

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    Lori

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    Henn Library

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    Scott

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    Lola

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    Christopher

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    Susan Schultz

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    Denise Owens

  36. 4 out of 5

    Christina Bontrager

  37. 4 out of 5

    Megan

  38. 5 out of 5

    Ginny Vargas

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