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Earthuakes volcanoes tsunamis headline making natural disasters with devastating conseuences for millions of people But what do we actually know about these literally earth shaking events? In this exciting launch title for Penguin Young Readers GroupSmithsonian Books New York Times bestselling author explorer journalist and geologist Simon Winchester tells the gripping story of what happens when the earth shakes explodes or floods Winchester who's been rattled awake by earthuakes in New Zealand skied through Greenland to help prove the theory of plate tectonics and even charred the soles of his boots climbing live volcanoes looks at the science technology and societal impact of these inter connected natural phenomena Stunning geological and historical images from the Smithsonian handy maps and charts and on the scene photos from the author's personal collection richly support this compelling nonfiction narrativeEarthuakes volcanoes tsunamis headline making natural disasters with devastating conseuences for millions of people But what do we actually know about these literally earth shaking events? In this exciting launch title for Penguin Young Readers GroupSmithsonian Books New York Times bestselling author explorer journalist and geologist Simon Winchester tells the gripping story of what happens when the earth shakes explodes or floods Winchester who's been rattled awake by earthuakes in New Zealand skied through Greenland to help prove the theory of plate tectonics and even charred the soles of his boots climbing live volcanoes looks at the science technology and societal impact of these inter connected natural phenomena Stunning geological and historical images from the Smithsonian handy maps and charts and on the scene photos from the author's personal collection richly support this compelling nonfiction narrativeEarthuakes volcanoes tsunamis headline making natural disasters with devastating conseuences for millions of people But what do we actually know about these literally earth shaking events? In this exciting launch title for Penguin Young Readers GroupSmithsonian Books New York Times bestselling author explorer journalist and geologist Simon Winchester tells the gripping story of what happens when the earth shakes explodes or floods Winchester who's been rattled awake by earthuakes in New Zealand skied through Greenland to help prove the theory of plate tectonics and even charred the soles of his boots climbing live volcanoes looks at the science technology and societal impact of these inter connected natural phenomena Stunning geological and historical images from the Smithsonian handy maps and charts and on the scene photos from the author's personal collection richly support this compelling nonfiction narrative