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The Best Book of Weather

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Where do clouds come from? Why does the wind blow? Why is snow cold? Walk outside with a child and it will be clear right away that kids want to know all about weather. With an unbeatable combination of age-appropriate writing, solid information, and an affordable and portable format, The Best Book of Weather makes even the biggest weather mystery understandable. Covering ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published September 30th 2008 by Kingfisher (first published 2001)
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This book is a great when learning about the weather in an all around way for students of any age. The pictures along with the words help students better understand the different types of weather and what actually causes the weather.
A book that is all about weather. It tell about the wind blowing, fun in the snow, rainbows, fog,climate and droughts. This book goes into detail about how the earth spins and all about how the seasons are related to the power of the sun.
Whitney Zollman
This is a good book for students to read teaching them all about weather. It goes into detail about every part of the weather. I also really like how it has a Glossary at the back of the book just like the students text books.
A large amount of information about all types of weather. Three levels of text ranging from general to much more specific. Includes many text features and is easy to navigate.
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Simon Adams is a writer and editor of children’s non-fiction and reference books. He specializes in history, politics and current affairs and has written extensively on exploration, music and the arts. He is also a well established jazz critic and reviewer. Simon has also contributed to family and adult reference books and has been an editorial consultant on various history and other titles.
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