The Best Book of Weather

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University of Hawaii Press, Sep 15, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 31 pages
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Young meteorologists need hunt no further for all the facts to make a forecast - My Best Book of Weather is a wonderful introduction to the world of weather. Starting with basic questions such as What is the Sun?, the book guides the young reader with tips on watching the weather. Wind, snow, thunderstorms, and rain are covered as well as more dramatic and complex events such as the aurora borealis, tornadoes, and hurricanes. An ideal gift for any child who has ever wondered where our weather comes from, this book also includes an illustrated glossary and index.
  

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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. Read full review

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Simon Adams worked as an editor of children's reference and other nonfiction books before becoming a full-time writer. He has written and contributed to more than fifty books on subjects as varied as the sinking of the Titanic, the two world wars, and the history of jazz. He is the author of Kingfisher Knowledge: Castles & Forts, Kingfisher Knowledge: Life in Ancient Rome, The Kingfisher Atlas of the Ancient World and The Kingfisher Atlas of the Medieval World.

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