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I Wonder Why the Wind Blows and Other Questions about Our Planet (I Wonder Why)

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I Wonder Why the Wind Blows answers all sorts of tricky and fascinating questions about Planet Earth, such as "How cold is snow?", "How hot are deserts?", and "Where do rivers end?"
Paperback, 32 pages
Published March 1st 2011 by Kingfisher (first published September 15th 1994)
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Laura Verret
The I Wonder Why Series is a set of books which poses and answers fundamental questions children have about the world they live in. This particular book addresses questions concerning our planet itself – What is the Earth made of? Which are the tallest mountains? Where do rivers begin and end? How high is the sky?

- And gobs more. Here are a few of the facts I most enjoyed learning from this book.

- The Himalayan mountains are still being pushed taller by the movements inside the Earth.

- Even thou
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Sarah Adamson
Another wonderful book for kids exploring questions about the worlds weather and climate. Great pictures, questions, informative text.
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Anita Ganeri is a highly experienced author of children’s information books, specialising in religion, India/Asia, multiculturalism, geography, biography and natural history. She became a freelance writer after working at Walker Books (as foreign rights manager) and Usborne Publishing (as an editor). Since then, she has written over 300 titles, including the best-selling Horrible Geography series ...more
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