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Everything: Volcanoes and Earthquakes – National Geographic for Kids

Packed with facts and tantalising anecdotes from experts and bursting with colour photographs, learn all about volcanoes and earthquakes in this fresh take on the subject that kids with love.It’s time to learn everything about volcanoes and earthquakes!Each book in the National Geographic Kids Everything series has more than 100 pictures, an explorer’s corner with from-the-field anecdotes and tips, fun facts throughout, maps and infographics, an illustrated diagram, a photo gallery, cool comparisons, a behind-the-scenes photograph, an interactive glossary, and more.

Extreme Weather (Tornadoes To Hurricanes)

Most children are enthralled by nature, specifically outer space and various weather conditions.
Because not everyone lives in a geographic region that experiences tornadoes and hurricanes, picture books are a great way for children to learn about these events.
A well illustrated picture book can help students understand how tornadoes and hurricanes are formed, and can help them overcome their fear of these extreme weather situations.
Publisher ‏ : ‎ Speedy Publishing LLC (26 Nov. 2014) Language ‏ : ‎ English Paperback ‏ : ‎ 50 pages ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1635011051 ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1635011050 Reading age ‏ : ‎ 8 - 12 years Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 21.59 x 0.3 x 21.59 cm

Field Guide to the Weather: Learn to Identify Clouds and Storms, Forecast the Weather, and Stay Safe

Your Guide to Watching Clouds and Understanding the WeatherFrom the soothing sound of rain to the shrill whistle of a blizzard, from the house-shaking rumble of thunder to the violent fury of a hurricane, weather is a fascinating part of our lives. We watch it. We listen to it. We feel it. We try to predict it. But how well do we truly understand it?Professional meteorologist Ryan Henning presents Field Guide to the Weather, a handy reference to meteorology and to the types of weather phenomena that one might encounter at home or in nature.  Field Guide to the Weather is a perfect introduction to the science of weather. The information is captivating for kids and adults alike.

Hello Winter: The fourth in a magical illustrated children’s picture book series

Meet four magical friends who control the seasons in this irresistible new series from author-illustrator Jo Lindley.Finally it’s Winter turn to share her special season, and she’s SO excited. But her friends don’t like her chilly games. Instead of passing the weather crown to Winter, Autumn gives it to Spring.As Winter stomps off to play snow games on her own, it isn’t long before her friends start feeling bad. Can they find their way through the ice and snow to tell their friend how much she means to them?Perfect for little readers learning about empathy and taking turns.Each title centres on a different seasonal character and gently explores key social and emotional themes, such as anxiety, self-belief and resilience.Set in an enchanting natural world that readers will love to return to again and again!With a sparkling foil finish!Collect the series and discover more magical seasonal adventures: Hello Spring Hello Autumn Hello Summer

Hello, World! Weather

Learn from home and explore the world with these fun and easy board books! Young children are fascinated with weather and the seasons.Hello, World! is a series designed to introduce first nonfiction concepts to babies and toddlers.Told in clear and easy terms and featuring bright, cheerful illustrations, Hello, World! makes learning fun for young children.Each sturdy page offers helpful prompts for engaging with your child ("Look out the window. What is the weather like today?") plus simple scientific facts ("Mornings are cooler than afternoons because the sun doesn't shine overnight.")It's a perfect way to bring science and nature into the busy world of a toddler, where learning never stops. 

How to Read the Weather (National Trust)

There's nothing the British love more than discussing the weather and debating what it's going to do next. This handy-sized guide explains what causes the weather and easy ways to make your own forecasts. Will I need to take an umbrella this afternoon? Does a red sky tonight really mean fine weather tomorrow? What do those funny shaped clouds mean? To answer these questions and more, you need How to Read the Weather, a handy pocket-sized guide to the most important subject in the world.Renowned weather expert Storm Dunlop – yes, really – takes you through the basics of what makes the weather and shows you how to read the signs to know what's going to happen next. Along the way he also reveals some of the most unusual and dramatic weather events in our history.From barometers to blizzards, cloud bursts to cross winds, this book is perfect for the armchair meteorologist, or for those planning their next walk or camping trip.

Introducing Meteorology: A Guide to Weather (Introducing Earth and Environmental Science)

In many parts of the world the weather forms a daily topic of conversation.
In others it hardly changes from one week to the next.
However, human life is governed by the weather which affects much of our activity, from farming to fishing and from shopping to holiday-making.
Now revised and brought up-to-date, Introducing Meteorology provides a proven, popular and succinct overview of the science of the weather for students and for interested amateurs wanting a topical guide to this complex science.
The initial chapters describe the development of the science, weather observation, the atmosphere and the forces which govern the weather.
The author then discusses weather influences at global and local scales before describing the science of weather forecasting.


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