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Forces of Nature Video and DVD

Filled with incredible footage of nature at its most potent. (bonus DVD features and disaster map)

Forces of Nature Book

Spectacular images, detailed diagrams, and fact-filled narrative combine to bring readers up close and personal with some of Earth's most dynamic forces in this new children's book.

Storm of the Century: The Labor Day Hurricane of 1935

Witness the devastation from this incredible hurricane—from veterans, local residents, and government officials.

Weather Instruments

Check the weather without ever going outside. Explore our selection of barometers, weather radios, and thermometers.



DVDs / Videos

Experience the awesome power of nature in our three-video set—Asteroids: Deadly Impact!, Volcano: Nature's Inferno!, and Cyclone!

Be transported to some of the world's most notorious volcanoes, including Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines and Japan's Mount Unzen.

Dare to confront one of the sea's most deadly monsters—the tsunami—up close, through heart-stopping footage and survivors' stories.

Witness the world's most severe storms.

See spectacular scenes of cataclysmic destruction—and inspiring human courage—captured by the National Geographic. (bonus DVD features)

Follow the winds of catastrophe on a 1,200-mile (1,930-kilometer) journey from Florida's Gulf Coast to Canada—knocking out power in more than three million homes and taking some 270 lives.

Witness devastating landslides, avalanches, and mud slides firsthand, and see how earlier prediction can prevent disaster—and save lives.

Snapping trees as if they were twigs, reducing houses to rubble, and killing anyone unlucky enough to stand in the way, avalanches rumble down snow-covered hillsides. Hear terrifying stories of being buried alive.



Books

Focusing on introductory science topics for young readers, Earthquake includes a do-it-yourself experiment with easy-to-follow, illustrated steps on how earthquakes work.

Focusing on introductory science topics for young readers, Volcano includes a do-it-yourself experiment with easy-to-follow, illustrated steps on how volcanoes work.



Maps

Headed out to face your own force of nature? Take one of our backcountry-tough maps along.


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