By David L. Lindbo American Society of Agronomy, 2008
ISBN: 0891188487 Ages: 8 and up
This book packs a lot of information into it. The pages are absolutely chock full of details pertinent to the understanding of soil. Great resource book for a classroom or one you might just want to hover over for a while. Great content, photographs, illustrations, and more. Kids and adults will love it.
Soil (True Books: Natural Resources)
By Christin Ditchfield Children's Press, 2003
ISBN: 0516293680 Ages: 6 and up
The perfect beginner book on soil for early learners. Great pictures and superior text go together to make this a science book they will love.
Wiggling Worms at Work (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)
By Wendy Pfeffer HarperCollins, 2003
ISBN: 0064451992 Ages: 4-8
So what does a worm do, anyhow? Read and find out just how they move through soil, eat and produce nutrients for plants and other animals. Great description that is age appropriate and very science oriented. Nice illustrations that will help tell the story.
By Claire Llewellyn Children's Press, 2002
ISBN: 0531148254 Ages: 7 and up
This book on earthworms tells all about this remarkable creature that provides for us in ways we might not really know. Read about the life of an earthworm. Great photographs of up close with nature, now to raise earthworms and care for them – everything you might want to know or find out about these dirt dwelling creatures.
By Bianca Lavies Dutton Juvenile, 1993
ISBN: 0525447636 Ages: 9 – up
Follow this author as she takes you on a personal tour of her compost pile. She share with you the creatures that help turn her refuse into soil. Amazing up close photographs and details about the transition of compost.
Examining Erosion (Searchlight Books: Do You Dig Earth Science?)
By Joelle Riley Lerner Classroom, 2013
ISBN: 1467707902 Age: 8 and up
See how the earth changes and how it moves rocks and soil every day. Great photographs help to explain the complex process of erosion of earth's landscape.