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Feel the Wind

by Arthur Dorros

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Explains what causes wind and how it affects our environment. Includes instructions for making a weathervane.
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REVIEW: "A comprehensible definition of what causes the wind to blow is followed by sensory examples of feeling, hearing, and seeing the effects of wind, which are easy for youngsters to grasp."–Booklist
SOURCE: Lakewood Library
AGE: 3-6
  KayteeSchroeder | Mar 7, 2013 |
Want to know more about the wind? If so, this book is full of information, yet easy to read. ( )
  mrstelford | May 2, 2011 |
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