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Continent"s edge

by Niven Busch

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  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Simon and Schuster in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementNiven Busch.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3.B9603 Co, PS3503.U746 Co
The Physical Object
Pagination573 p. ;
Number of Pages573
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4417685M
ISBN 100671242350
LC Control Number79021784
OCLC/WorldCa5496540

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Jacqueline Suskin is the author of The Collected, a book of narrative poems paired with found photographs, and Go Ahead & Like It, a self-help book that explores the healing power and artistry of positive list for her multidisciplinary work with a project she calls Poem Store, Suskin composes improvisational poetry for patrons who choose both a topic and a price in exchange for a.   At some point in the deep past, plate tectonics began as Earth cooled. When this happened, however, has remained controversial. Dates spanning three-quarters of Earth’s history have been proposed, from the Hadean eon (between billion and 4 billion years ago) to the late Proterozoic eon (less than a billion years ago).. Many of these dates come from isolated samples showing the .

The Farthest Edge (Book): Ashley, Kristen: Branch tries to forget his past by living off the grid and, after a traumatic experience, Evangeline leaves her life at the Honey Club, but when Branch offers a relationship without boundaries, they're not sure where their darkest desires will take them. This "True Book" introduces readers to the continent of Antarctica, including its geographic features, animal inhabitants, and the people who have bravely explored it. Inside this book, you'll find: The way emperor penguins care for their eggs in the coldest place on Earth; A map, a time line, photos, and the inside story on a volcano in an ice.


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