Caves: The Underground Wilderness is a tour of caves from around the world. Most of us will never experience the wonder of the some the greatest caves in the world except through this book. We learn about the creatures who live in caves and how to explore them. The photographs are amazing.
My kids couldn’t wait to dive into this book, even though we weren’t quite ready to do the Geology unit. They learned so much about the world beneath our feet. Now they’re looking for caves in our state that we could visit.
Stepping into a cave is like entering an unfamiliar world. These majestic underground spaces are full of breathtaking sights, from columns of glowing ice and fantastic rock formations to vast networks of underwater caverns. In this book, you’ll learn about different types of caves and the
strange and beautiful creatures that live inside them as well as how to safely and responsibly explore the subterranean world. Featuring the stunning photography of Adam Haydock and Brandon Kowallis, Caves: The Underground Wilderness will inspire a new generation to love and respect nature’s buried treasures.
74 pages, full color, written by Anthony Klemm
This book is suggested to accompany our Geology science unit as extra reading for students in Grades 7-8.
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