Gems And Minerals book. Gems and Minerals (An Easy-Read Fact Book). I always liked these easy to read science books when I was a child and though he might like them too when he got older.
Gems And Minerals book. 0531032418 (ISBN13: 9780531032411). This month he's learning about geology in preschool so he took this book to school for show and tell. Gems and Minerals covers a number of basic subjects and serves as a good early introduction to geology.
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common and sought-after rocks, gems, and minerals hidden throughout the Southwest fundamental geology information and interesting facts.
Rocks, Gems, and Minerals of the Southwest is a field guide to more than 100 of the most common and sought-after rocks, gems, and minerals hidden throughout the Southwest. Also included is an introduction that covers fundamental geology information and interesting facts. This is the essential source when you're out in the field, both informative and beautiful to peruse. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
Format:Library Binding. ISBN13:9780531032411.
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