Feel the Wind

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Baker & Taylor, CATS, Jun 3, 2009
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Explains how the wind works--whether it is pushing the clouds along, blowing through hair, rustling the curtains, or roaring during a hurricane--and shows how to make a simple weather vane

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Feel the Wind can be used for a 4th grade lesson on weather and seed germination. I would discuss the importance that the wind plays transferring seeds from different planes. For weather I could discuss how the wind affect the weather pattern of different places. Read full review

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User Review  - Khadija Bensaadoun - Goodreads

Feel the Wind can be used for a 4th grade lesson on weather and seed germination. I would discuss the importance that the wind plays transferring seeds from different planes. For weather I could discuss how the wind affect the weather pattern of different places. Read full review

About the author (2009)

Arthur Dorros, an author and occasional illustrator, was born in Washington, D.C. on May 19, 1950. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin. Some of his children's books are written in both English and Spanish. He also writes books that deal with science and nature. Ant Cities and Feel the Wind were named Outstanding Science Trade Books for Children by the National Science Teachers Association/Children's Book Council and A Tree is Growing was named an Orbis Pictus Honor Book. He currently lives in Seattle, Washington.

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