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This Land is Your Land, by Catherine Ciocchi.
This is an innovative book that teaches children ages 4-8 about landforms and basic geological structures. Told in rhyme, this picture book is ideal for young readers and as a read-out-loud book for pre-readers.

Vesuvius A.D. 79: The Destruction of Pompeii and Herculaneum, by Ernesto De Carolis and Giovanni Patricelli.
A detailed historical and geological overview of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79.

Visualizing Geology, 4e, by Barbara W. Murck and Brian J. Skinner.
This textbook offers non-science majors a basic introduction to the fundamentals of geology and earth system science. Chocked full of full-color illustrations, this book is ideal for visual learns.

Volcanoes:FireandLife, by Jon Chad.
Volume 3 in the Science Comics Series, Volcanoes:FireandLife is a graphic novel that teaches young readers about Volcanoes through the guise of a riveting story about a young girl whose tribe lives on a frozen Earth where they struggle to find enough things to burn to stay warm, a world in which only Aurora has discovered that volcanoes might be their only hope for survival - if she can get anyone to listen to her...

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