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For Children
Author: Lee Christiansen,Susan E. Goodman
ISBN: 0688169147
Subcategory: History
Pages 32 pages
Publisher Greenwillow; 1 edition (March 2004)
Language English
Category: For Children
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 944
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eBook On This Spot: An Expedition Back Through Time download

by Lee Christiansen,Susan E. Goodman


She lives in Boston, Massachusetts. see Susan E. Goodman is the author of more than thirty nonfiction books for children, including How Do You Burp in Space?

See buildings soar and traffic zoom, a kaleidoscope of color and movement

See buildings soar and traffic zoom, a kaleidoscope of color and movement. Now turn the page and time-travel back 175 years, where on the same spot carriages bumped and pigs raced across cobblestones. Turn again and go back 400 years to when a Lenape Indian trail crossed the spot.

About Susan E. Goodman. To write my nonfiction books for kids, I have had a lot of adventures. Which was the hardest? I'll let you guess. by Susan E. Goodman, Lee Christiansen.

by Susan Goodman & illustrated by Lee Christiansen. For a generation that is sensitive to global warming, Christiansen’s pastels dramatize the climatic shifts, which could scarcely be more extreme

by Susan Goodman & illustrated by Lee Christiansen. For a generation that is sensitive to global warming, Christiansen’s pastels dramatize the climatic shifts, which could scarcely be more extreme. Full-bleed illustrations contain the words 170 million years ago. at the upper left and but on this spot. at the lower right, giving readers both patterned repetition and a feeling of expectancy when turning the pages. timeline, acknowledgements) (Picture book/nonfiction.

Washington Post Book World Best Book designation, 2004, for On This Spot; Chicago Public Library Best of the Best .

Washington Post Book World Best Book designation, 2004, for On This Spot; Chicago Public Library Best of the Best designation, 2004, for The Truth about Poop; Maryland Blue Crab Young Readers Award for Nonfiction, 2004, for Choppers!; Booklist Top Ten Sci-Fi Books for Youth designation, 2004, for Skyscraper. The Truth about Poop, illustrated by Elwood H. Smith, Viking (New York, NY), 2004. Choppers!, photographs by Michael J. Doolittle, Random House (New York, NY), 2004.

Books by Susan E. Goodman 1. Goodman and Lee Christiansen. 800-596-0710 Mon-Fri, 8am-7pm Central Time. Goodman 13. Sort by. Number of Resources Number of Awards Book Title Year Published Word Count Reading Level: ATOS® Reading Level: Lexile®. Browse books by Susan E. Goodman and . The Truth about Poop. Goodman and Elwood H. Smith.

See buildings soar and traffic zoom, a kaleidoscope of color and movement. Now turn the page and time-travel back 175 years, where on the same spot carriages bumped and pigs raced across cobblestones

See buildings soar and traffic zoom, a kaleidoscope of color and movement. Now travel farther still, to when glaciers crept. a tropical sea teemed with ancient creatures.

It travels back in time through history to show what came before all of what you see today. It show the days where there was no electricity, American Indians and pioneers, the ice age, dinosaurs, and even what life was like before dinosaurs. HopeMiller123, February 7, 2012.

1st ed.

Age 5+. The changing image of one geographic area in New York City is traced from the present back to millions of years ago. The changing image of one geographic area in New York City is traced from the present back to millions of years ag. .Donor challenge: For only 3 more days, your donation will be matched 2-to-1. Triple your impact! To the Internet Archive Community, Time is running out: please help the Internet Archive today.

Starting in today's New York City and journeying back to different points in time, readers can see the geological, evolutionary, and historical changes that have transpired throughout millions of years through a review of the landscape, inhabitants, and geological make-up. Jr Lib Guild.
fire dancer
This is a great beginning to our study of where we live, then and now. The students become excited about learning about our area after hearing this story.
Ueledavi
This book has been a favorite in my library - both for kids and adults--a breathtaking concept for demonstrating how the earth has changed over billions of years.
Runehammer
This is the answer to the question that's always intrigued kids: "who was here before me?" Starting with the present and going back to pre-history, the book answers that question with a clear and engaging text. It is also beautiful to look at and would please children of all ages.
Vivaral
This is an outstanding book about how life changes on earth over time.
Haal
Great book for history of New York, time periods of the Earth and so much more .