Plate Tectonics (6 books)Saving
After two major quakes devastate the area, seismologists John Atkins and Elizabeth Holleran work together to try to prevent more damage from "The Big One. Grandmother describes the scientific principles behind volcanic eruptions while Katie tells the Hawaii mythology of the goddess Pele and her role in creating the islands and the volcano. While intended for a younger audience, this book can be useful for its insight into explanations cultures create to explain natural events. The story is told through fifteen-year-old Daisy, a fictitious traveling companion to Edith, as they watch the drama unfold from a boat in the bay. Hill of Fire by Thomas P.
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