Pebble in my pocket: a history of our Earth

Tracking the story of a pebble from its origins in a volcano 480 million years ago to its place in a modern landscape, science writer Meredith Hooper follows the processes of rock-formation and erosion that create new pebbles all over the world.

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Subject(s)Science, Earth science
Author(s)Meredith Hooper, Chris Coady
Age5-7, 7-11, 11-14
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