All About Yellowstone
Title: All About the Yellowstone
Author(s): Lew Freedman
Illustrator: Elizabeth Wells
Series: All About
Format: Trade Paper
Trim: 5.31 x 7.63
Illustrations: 60 B/W
Learn all about Yellowstone National Park as the author lays out the history of Yellowstone in its many facets. He includes geological and volcanic history, ecological history, human history, and its history as a park.
Learn all about Yellowstone. Yellowstone National Park contains many different types of ecosystems, animals, fish, and plants. Yellowstone Lake, sits on top and alongside of the Yellowstone Caldera, which is North America’s largest super-volcano. As an area of active volcanism, it is of extreme interest to geologists. The author lays out the history of Yellowstone in its many facets. He includes geological and volcanic history, ecological history, human history, and its history as a park.
By weaving these all together, the author allows the reader to better understand the great American treasure. Home to half of the world’s geothermal features, what else is Yellowstone hiding? Hot springs, geysers, and volcanic rock show there might be more going on underneath the surface. What happened to the petrified trees? What’s happening to the bison? These questions and more are answered in All About Yellowstone.
Illustrated throughout and accompanied by a glossary, index, and historical timeline this book offers young readers an interesting and informative introduction to Yellowstone National Park.
Author Lew Freedman is a reporter for covering Yellowstone National Park for the Cody Enterprise newspaper published out of Cody Wyoming. He is an Outdoor Writers Association Hall-of-Fame journalist, the author of dozens of biographies and histories of outdoor subjects. He also enjoyed a long career as a journalist and newspaper editor for the Chicago Tribune, Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Anchorage Daily News.
Blue River Press
5.25 x 7.75