HOW TO MAKE AN EARTHQUAKE by Ruth Krauss
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HOW TO MAKE AN EARTHQUAKE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Wanna know how? First you sit in some sand and then cover yourself all up and then wiggle around until it all falls apart and that's an earthquake. That's a sample too of all the other things in the book kids have always loved to do. By the author of A Hole Is To Dig here is a grab bag of instructions for such tricks of the age as having sales, playing with parents and "how to be inside a whale"- some naughty, some nice, some sugar, some spice.
Pub Date: May 1st, 1954
ISBN: 0060234164
Publisher: Harper
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 1st, 1954




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