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Who Likes the Wind? (Exploring the Elements)

by Etta Kaner

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Why do we see some of the things we see? Why do we see sand dunes, hear the wind whistling, or see leaves fall off trees? One can find their answers if they read, "Who Likes The Wind?" This book talks about all types of reasons why wind does what it does. The book also talks about what happens around us from the wind behaving like it does. This is a great resource for children if they want to get to know the Earth a little bit better. Children will start to understand Mother Nature and some of her reasons for creating things like cool air or clouds in the sky. Help your child understand the world that he or she lives in. ( )
  klsulliv | Oct 24, 2011 |
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Lift the flaps to learn the science of wind and related topics.

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