Voyage to the Volcano

Voyage to the Volcano

Book - 2003
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Baker & Taylor
Ms. Frizzle plans another wild field trip to Hawaii, where Dorothy Ann and the rest of her students see an active volcano first hand.

Scholastic
Get ready for some serious science fun when the Friz takes the kids on an explosive journey into the heart of a volcano!

Hi, I'm Dorothy Ann, one of the kids in Ms. Frizzle's class. When we started learning about volcanoes, I thought we'd just be studying them in books -- but Ms. Frizzle had other ideas. She took us all the way to Hawaii, where we waded through lava and saw a real volcano blow its top. We had a great time -- even though the trip was sometimes almost too hot to handle! One thing's for sure: This was one explosive adventure that none of us will ever forget!

Hi, I'm Dorothy Ann, one of the kids in Ms. Frizzle's class. When we started learning about volcanoes, I thought we'd just be studying them in books -- but Ms. Frizzle had other ideas. She took us all the way to Hawaii, where we waded through lava and saw a real volcano blow its top. We had a great time -- even though the trip was sometimes almost too hot to handle! One thing's for sure: This was one explosive adventure that none of us will ever forget!

Publisher: New York : Scholastic, c2003
ISBN: 9780439429351
0439429358
Characteristics: 87 p. ; 20 cm

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this book is about fossils and how they are formed it shows the steps types of fossils and what the fossil says in the story of earth

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