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Why is It Hot? (Just Ask Book)

by Chris Arvetis, Carole Palmer (Author)

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In why is it Hot? your child will learn about humidity and why it makes us feel hot and sticky. Elephant explains how temperaturem, wind, and water make hot weather.
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Discusses atmospheric temperature, wind, water, and humidity and their effect on how hot it is.

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Discusses atmospheric temperature, wind, water, and humidity and their effect on how hot it is.

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