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Thunderstorm!

by Nathaniel Tripp

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Summary: As a large thunderstorm approaches, Farmer Ben must work hard to get his freshly-cut hay in the barn before the destructive storm comes. The reader gets a first-hand look at how a thunderstorm forms and how the animals and people prepare for it. ( )
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The farmer working in his barn could sense it. So could the fox watching him from a distance. A thunderstorm was coming. In clear prose that is as poetic as it is informative, Tripp describes the changes in the atmosphere caused by the movement of different weather fronts. Powerful and beautiful watercolor illustrations build in intensity along with the storm.

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As Ben bales the freshly cut hay on his farm and nearby animals hunt for food for their young, the right weather conditions create a raging thunderstorm that moves swiftly toward them.

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