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Book Title: Eruption! Volcanoes and the Science of Saving Lives|
Date of issue: June 18th 2013
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The author of the book: Elizabeth Rusch
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 512 KB
Edition: HMH Books for Young Readers
Read full description of the books Eruption! Volcanoes and the Science of Saving Lives:“At 11:35 p.m., as Radio Armero played cheerful music, a towering wave of mud and rocks bulldozed through the village, roaring like a squadron of fighter jets.” Twenty-three thousand people died in the 1985 eruption of Colombia’s Nevado del Ruiz. Today, more than one billion people worldwide live in volcanic danger zones. In this riveting nonfiction book—filled with spectacular photographs and sidebars—Rusch reveals the perilous, adrenaline-fueled, life-saving work of an international volcano crisis team (VDAP) and the sleeping giants they study, from Colombia to the Philippines, from Chile to Indonesia.
Read information about the authorELIZABETH RUSCH is an award-winning children's book author and magazine writer. She writes both fiction and nonfiction in the areas of science, art, sports, waves, jokes, crayons, and mud — anything that catches her fancy.
Her recent title, The Mighty Mars Rovers The Incredible Adventures of Spirit and Opportunity (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), a Junior Library Guild selection, has garnered starred reviews from The Horn Book, School Library Journal, Booklist and Kirkus, which called the book “enthralling,” “stellar,” and “edge-of-your-seat reading.” It has been named a best book of 2012 by Kirkus, School Library Journal, the New York Public Library, and the Nonfiction Detectives, and was awarded an Orbis Pictus Honor. NSTA named it an Outstanding Science Trade Book. The Mighty Mars Rovers sold out of its first printing in just a few months.
Rusch had three new books out in 2013. Eruption!: Volcanoes and the Science of Saving Lives (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), a Junior Library Guild selection, has been called “gripping” by the Wall Street Journal, “eye-opening” by School Library Journal (starred review), and “high-stakes science,” by Kirkus (starred review.)
Volcano Rising (Charlesbridge), named a Junior Library Guild selection and a Children’s Book of the Month Club selection, has been described as “clever and appealing,” (Kirkus) and “vibrant and stunning,” (Shelf-employed).
Kirkus has called the picturebook biography Electrical Wizard How Nikola Tesla Lit Up The World(Candlewick) “a lively introduction to the life of an important figure in technology, someone whose ideas are still at the center of today’s world.”
In its starred review, Publishers’ Weekly described Rusch’s nonfiction picture book biography, For the Love of Music The Remarkable Story of Maria Anna Mozart (Tricycle Press/Random House) as “a moving portrait of an unsung musician.” Kirkus, in its starred review, called it “an extraordinarily constructed work.” The Oregonian named the book “a masterpiece.” It is in its second printing.
Her first book, Generation Fix Young Ideas for a Better World (Beyond Words/S&S) was a Smithsonian magazine Notable Children’s Book and a finalist for the International Reading Association’s Children’s Book Award and the Oregon Book Award. It has been published in Korean and in audio book and is still in print more than a decade after publication.
The Planet Hunter The Story behind what Happened to Pluto (Rising Moon) which the L.A. Times called “a fascinating tale, charmingly told” was also an Oregon Book Award finalist and has been published in Korean.
Rusch’s picturebook, A Day with No Crayons (Rising Moon) won the Eloise Jarvis McGraw Award for Children’s Literature and was a finalist for the Illinois children’s choice award. The San Francisco Chronicle called the book “a gem,” and The Detroit Free Press described it as “a great story of imagination and inspiration.” The book has been published in Korean and is in its third printing.
Forthcoming books include a middle-grade graphic novel called Muddy Max The Mystery of Marsh Creek to be published by AMP! for Kids and a Scientists in the Field book on ocean energy called The Next Wave due out with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Also in the works are books on glass artist Dale Chihuly and planet-saving chemist Mario Molina as well as a middle-grade novel called April Fool.
Liz lives in Portland, Oregon, with her husband, her two children, and her dog Reba.
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