"Rocks and Minerals"
Monica Price, Kevin Walsh
Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd
This guide covers over 320 of the most important rocks and minerals found all over the world. The book begins with a short introduction, which focuses on the process of identifying different rocks and minerals. The following pages divide rocks into three groups: sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic; and minerals into two groups: ore minerals and rock-forming minerals. Introductions to each of these sections define the groups and explain how entries are organized within them.
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Rocks and Minerals
(The Restless Earth) By Selby Cull
Publisher: Chelsea House Publications
Every rock you see tells a story about the Earth. Glassy black rocks mark moments when the Earth's liquid insides spilled out onto its surface. Gritty, sandy rocks are the dead skin of the Earth, shed after years of wind and rain. Twisted, sparkly rocks formed deep in the bellies of mountains. In "Rocks and Minerals", young readers will learn how to read the 'story' of a rock by examining its mineral makeup and how to identify minerals by their color, shape, shine, special powers, and even taste. Students can then use their knowledge of rocks and minerals to understand how the Earth works.
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