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My First Pocket Guide: Weather

by Patricia Daniels

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0792265882, Paperback)

Most of us take weather for granted--except when it gets extreme. But there are fascinating weather effects happening all the time, and a patient observer can see some very interesting things, like waterspouts, golfball-sized hail, and lenticular (saucer-shaped) clouds. This guide is your key to identifying and understanding weather phenomena. The first part of the book explains what weather is, how it is measured, and how you can build your own observation devices at home. The next section is a thorough guide to cloud types, storms, and precipitation that will have you thinking like a meteorologist in no time. Lastly, there's a well-organized reference section with a glossary and more weather resources. Like all the guides in this series (Wildflowers, Insects, Birds, Rocks and Minerals, and Mammals), this First Field Guide to weather is a great family resource, perfect for kids and adults. (Ages 8 and up) --Therese Littleton

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:31 -0400)

This colorful, pocket-size field guide brings youngsters face-to-face with all kinds of amazing atmospheric weather phenomena. The concise, easy-to-read text provides lots of fun facts to share with friends and just enough detail to make cloud type, precipitation, and other identification easy for budding meteorologists. An introduction shows children how to use the book, while the glossary and index add to the reference value. This pocket guide on the weather encourages children to investigate the natural world up close and on their own. Filled with fun facts in an easy-to-read text, this guide introduces readers to basic weather patterns, explains how rain occurs, and more. Full-color illustrations. for notes.… (more)

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