Earth’s Incredible Places: Grand Canyon

Susan Lamb, Sean Lewis

A captivating, illustrated introduction to one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon National Park.

Stretching across a rocky plateau in America, carved deep into the rocks by the rushing Colorado River, lies the Grand Canyon. Its bands of rock tell us about millions of years of our planet’s history and the indigenous Hopi, Havasupai, and Navajo tribes that have ties to the land. Today at least five million people visit Grand Canyon National Park every year.

This stunning illustrated guide is packed with incredible facts about this natural wonders’ wildlife, people, geography, and history. The Grand Canyon has captured humankind’s imagination since the Ice Age. Now it is your turn to explore!

Dimensions 23.20 × 29.0 cm
Pages 80pp
Format Hardback
ISBN 9781838741600
Age 7-11 years
Genre Non-fiction
Tags 7-11 Children's Books Flying Eye Books Non Fiction


UK and Europe? Buy From:
waterstones UK

US and Rest of the World? Buy From: US penguin/randomhouse US/CN barnes & noble

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