Weather

Weather

Book - 2013
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Baker & Taylor
Provides an introduction to the weather that exists on Earth and explains how it occurs and includes eyewitness accounts from people who have experienced some of the world's dangerous weather events.

Scholastic
Favorite topics in active and interactive print and digital books, specially designed for newly confident readers.

Every year, stories of extreme weather events dominate the news. This book not only informs children about different types of weather but helps them understand how weather systems are connected. Case studies that run throughout the book give eyewitness accounts of weather disasters and a final section includes weather heroes from meteorologists to storm chasers. The digital book tells you how to be a weather forecaster. Structured layouts, age-appropriate vocabulary, and infographics make this book a great informational text at school and at home.


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& Taylor

Weather is packed with up-to-the-minute information about what happens and why. Eyewitness accounts from around the globe tell you how it really feels to get caught in the world's worst weather. --

Publisher: Scholastic 2013
ISBN: 9780545505161
054550516X
Branch Call Number: J 551 ARL
Characteristics: 80 p.

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SPL_Childrens Mar 03, 2014

Did you know that a snowflake can be as large as 5 cm across, that a lightning flash can be 5 km long but only 1 cm wide, and that “lenticular” clouds look like flying saucers? Learn some more amazing facts about our earth’s incredible weather, from ice storms to hurricanes and from droughts to blizzards!

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SPL_Childrens Mar 03, 2014

SPL_Childrens thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 8 and 12

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