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Changing Weather: Storms - eBook
Changing Weather: Storms - eBook
Changing Weather: Storms - eBook
9781427166494 | Back Ordered
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Changing Weather: Storms is an exciting book that introduces kids to the kinds of storms that take place each year. Large, full-color images of storms such as hurricanes, tornadoes, thunderstorms, and blizzards accompany clear explanations of how different storms develop and the kinds of effects these storms have on the lives of people and animals. Kids will also learn about storm safety and ways they can help their families be prepared. Changing Weather: Storms provides detailed information on
• Three important elements of most storms: clouds, precipitation, and wind
• The water cycle and its part in the development of storms
• The role of updrafts and downdrafts in the creation of thunderstorms and many other storms
• The ways in which meteorologists study storms and how their knowledge can help save lives


Reading Level: Gr. 3
Interest Level: Gr. 3-6
Guided Reading Level: M
Binding: Electronic book text
Series: Nature's Changes
Author(s): Kelley MacAulay, Bobbie Kalman

Format
Size: 8 ½″× 9 ½″
No. of Pages: 32
Index Included: Yes
Glossary Included: Yes

GRL: M
ATOS: 4.8
Dewey: 551.55
Lexile: Not Available at this time.
Copyright: 2012

Reviews
Changing Weather: Storms

Changing Weather: Storms "This book describes various meteorological phenomena, and the text is accompanied by brilliant photographs. ...Changing Weather: Storms is a wonderful source of basic weather information for intermediate readers. Diagrams supplement the text description of the water cycle, cloud formation, and precipitation. Boldfaced words are defined in context or may be found in the glossary. The index is simply structured and user friendly, making concepts like global warming or storm surge easy to locate. Current references to hurricanes Katrina and Rita are included to illustrate the continuing impact of storms, our need to prepare, and our need to conserve and use resources wisely." —National Science Teacher's Association website, 12/06