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Rachel Carson



Price: $24.99
Format: Hardback
ISBN13: 9781925820690
Published: May 2020

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Raised in rural
Pennsylvania, Rachel Carson was a pioneer in combining the disciplines of the
arts and science, specifically writing and biology. She is famous for alerting
the world to the danger of pesticides and other manmade farming chemicals
through her writings, including her bestselling book, Silent Spring.

Find out about how Carson
saved the world from an environmental disaster in this informative, fun-filled
biography for younger readers. She loved the natural world and thought it could
give us a wealth of knowledge. With colourful illustrations, varied page
layouts and quirky design, this book will captivate and enthral any child with
an interest in the environment, and may even inspire this interest in those who
haven't yet appreciated nature's wonders.

Learn what the work of
brilliant scientist Rachel Carson can tell us about life and society. From
writing about the ocean like a poet, to exposing the danger of pesticides to
the world, Carson led an extraordinary life. Discover more about the world we
live in by reading her fascinating story!

Book details and technical specifications

Format: Hardback
ISBN13: 9781925820690
Published: May 2020

Number of pages: 64
Width: 184 mm
Height: 235 mm
Depth: not specified

Publisher: Exisle Publishing

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