Rocks and Plants by Michael Carroll
(God's Creation Series)

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" Let the water under the sky be gathered into one place. Let dry ground appear." And That's exactly what happened. God called the dry ground "land." -Genesis 1:9 (NIrV) In Rocks & Plants, kids explore the physical world, examing the often overlooked details of planet Earth, and leaning about some of the wonders that lie hidden just above and beneath its surface. Exploding volcanoes that birth small islands, plants that save lives, floods that carve out cliffs and caves, the recycling of our atmosphere-and much, much more-are investigated in kid-friendly language and concepts. Add drawings, photos, and fun facts, and young scientists see that the awesome power and splendor of God is echoed in Earth's fossils, stones, and mountains.

About Michael Carroll

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For over two decades Michael Carroll worked on Wall Street and in the publishing industry, holding executive positions at Shearson Lehman Brothers, Paine Webber, Simon & Schuster, and the Walt Disney Company. Founding director of AAW Associates, Carroll consults with major corporations on bringing mindfulness into the workplace. He is a longtime student of Buddhist meditation and an authorized teacher in the lineage of Chögyam Trungpa. Carroll has taught mindfulness meditation at the Wharton School of Business, Columbia University, Kripalu, and the Cape Cod Institute. For more information, visit

Author Residence: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Published October 5, 2010 by Zonderkidz. 40 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books. Fiction

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