Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Display: Caves

Haunted Caves
by Natalie Lunis
Profiles eleven supposedly haunted caves, from one where Spanish conquistadors are supposed to have hidden treasure over 350 years ago, to another where a thirteen-year-old boy discovered the largest underground lake in the United States.

Cave Sleuths
by Laurie Lindop
Discusses the science of speleology and what scientists have learned about caves, how they are formed, and what lives in them.

Caves
by Anna Claybourne
An introduction to cave exploring, including information on travel preparations and safety, cave formations, wildlife, famous explorers, and conservation efforts.

Caves: Mysteries Beneath Our Feet
by David L. Harrison
A basic examination of how caves are formed.

Cave Crawlers
by Pam Rosenberg
Teaches readers all about caves, and the scientists who go to extremes to study them!

Caves and Crevices
by Sharon Katz Cooper
This book explores the slimy and gross creatures that call caves and crevices their homes.

Me Pregunto Por Que Cuelgan las Estalactitas Y Otras Preguntas Sobre
by Jackie Gaff
Answer all sorts of fascinating questions that children ask about caves such as: Where is the twilight zone? Why do oilbirds go click-clack? Which insects feed on bat guano? Who buried their dead in caves? - discover the answers to these questions and much, much more.

I Wonder Why Stalactites Hang Down and Other Questions About Caves
by Jackie Gaff
Answer all sorts of fascinating questions that children ask about caves such as: Where is the twilight zone? Why do oilbirds go click-clack? Which insects feed on bat guano? Who buried their dead in caves? - discover the answers to these questions and much, much more.

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