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The perfect introduction to seasons and weather for young children. It's winter. It's cold! The squirrels are digging up acorns to eat. But what will they eat in the spring when the acorns are gone? This beautiful picture book is the perfect introduction to the seasons and how the weather ...
The Squirrels' Busy Year: A Science Storybook about the Seasons
The perfect introduction to seasons and weather for young children. It's winter. It's cold! The squirrels are digging up acorns to eat. But what will they eat in the spring when the acorns are gone? This beautiful picture book is the perfect introduction to the seasons and how the weather changes throughout the year. The second book in the new Science Storybook series from Walker Books, illustrated by up-and-coming talent Richard Jones and written by the award-winning author Martin Jenkins.
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13.64 USD

The Squirrels' Busy Year: A Science Storybook about the Seasons

by Martin Jenkins
Paperback / softback
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Have you ever looked up and wondered what's going on high up in the skies above your eyes? Take a journey up into the air, through the atmosphere, way out into space and back down to Earth in this richly illustrated concertina book. Zoom past the technology that fills our ...
The Skies Above My Eyes
Have you ever looked up and wondered what's going on high up in the skies above your eyes? Take a journey up into the air, through the atmosphere, way out into space and back down to Earth in this richly illustrated concertina book. Zoom past the technology that fills our skies, from helicopters, fighter jets, weather balloons, to satellites, hang-gliders and hot-air balloons. Discover the insects and animals that whizz through the skies, explore the layers of the atmosphere, and travel through the solar system and out to the galaxies far beyond. The follow up to The Street Beneath My Feet, which dug down to the center of the Earth, this expansive concertina book opens out to an impressive 2.5 metres, perfect for inquisitive young minds. Begin your journey from the sidewalk of a busy city. Look up beyond the traffic lights, utility wires, and skyscrapers. Unfold the connected pages to reveal the incredible man-made sights that you would see 20 kilometres above (a weather balloon), 50 kilometres above (a rocket blasting a capsule into space), 100 kilometres above (a space plane and satellites), 400 kilometres above (the International Space Station), 380,000 kilometres above (the Moon) and through our Solar System. Turn to the top of the other side to make your way beyond the Solar System to the hundreds of billions of galaxies filled with stars and planets we haven't discovered yet. Then start your journey back down through the amazing natural wonders you would see 10,000 kilometres above (a comet), 85 kilometres above (meteoroids burning up as they enter Earth's atmosphere), 11 kilometres above (a cumulonimbus cloud bringing thunder and lightning), 8 kilometres above (migrating storks), and down through the mountains, past trees, bats and butterflies to finally reach the ground again - this time in a grassy clearing of a forest, where you can imagine yourself lying on your back wondering at the thought of the whole universe above your head. From jet trails to comets' tails, enjoy amazing sights as you journey through the skies.
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25.58 USD

The Skies Above My Eyes

by Charlotte Gullain
Hardback
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Aubrey, Evan, and the Hurricane
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13.600000 USD

Aubrey, Evan, and the Hurricane

by Jennifer Bauer
Paperback / softback
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Aubrey, Evan, and the Hurricane
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24.100000 USD

Aubrey, Evan, and the Hurricane

by Jennifer Bauer
Hardback
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Find out about the weather, from clouds and rain to snow and sleet and fog and hail. How does weather work and how does it affect people's lives. This beautifully illustrated picture book shows the glorious nature of our weather. 'Look and Wonder' is a fresh, bold and bright, narrative ...
Look and Wonder: The Wonderful World of Weather
Find out about the weather, from clouds and rain to snow and sleet and fog and hail. How does weather work and how does it affect people's lives. This beautifully illustrated picture book shows the glorious nature of our weather. 'Look and Wonder' is a fresh, bold and bright, narrative non-fiction picture book series, for children aged 4 and up, introducing children to life cycles and the natural world. The eye-poppingly colourful digital illustration style will explain the scientific concepts while the light and fun text-style will make these books real home and classroom favourites. Other titles in the series: A Stroll Through the Seasons A Wonderful World of Weather Incredible Rainforests The Amazing Butterfly Life Cycle Story The Amazing Plant Life Cycle Story The Awesome Night Sky The Great Big Water Cycle Adventure
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22.17 USD

Look and Wonder: The Wonderful World of Weather

by Kay Barnham
Hardback
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Look up into the night sky and learn all about constellations, shooting stars and satellites. This beautifully illustrated picture book shows the glorious night sky. 'Look and Wonder' is a fresh, bold and bright, narrative non-fiction picture book series, for children aged 4 and up, introducing children to life cycles ...
Look and Wonder: The Awesome Night Sky
Look up into the night sky and learn all about constellations, shooting stars and satellites. This beautifully illustrated picture book shows the glorious night sky. 'Look and Wonder' is a fresh, bold and bright, narrative non-fiction picture book series, for children aged 4 and up, introducing children to life cycles and the natural world. The eye-poppingly colourful digital illustration style will explain the scientific concepts while the light and fun text-style will make these books real home and classroom favourites. Other titles in the series: A Stroll Through the Seasons A Wonderful World of Weather Incredible Rainforests The Amazing Butterfly Life Cycle Story The Amazing Plant Life Cycle Story The Awesome Night Sky The Great Big Water Cycle Adventure
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22.17 USD

Look and Wonder: The Awesome Night Sky

by Kay Barnham
Hardback
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What Is Snow?
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8.350000 USD

What Is Snow?

by Tammy Brown
Paperback / softback
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What Is Climate Change?
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16.800000 USD

What Is Climate Change?

by Who Hq, Gail Herman
Hardback
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Be Prepared: The Frankie MacDonald Guide to Life, the Weather, and Everything
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17.800000 USD

Be Prepared: The Frankie MacDonald Guide to Life, the Weather, and Everything

by Sarah Sawler, Frankie MacDonald
Paperback / softback
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Look at the Weather
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20.950000 USD

Look at the Weather

by Britta Teckentrup
Hardback
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Get Off of My Cloud
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15.640000 USD

Get Off of My Cloud

by Nick Wigram
Paperback
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We might think humans have control over our environment, but Mother Nature has proven us wrong again and again. Earth, Wind, Fire, and Rain: Real Tales of Temperamental Elements tells the story of five of America's deadliest natural disasters that were made worse by human error, ignorance, and greed. For ...
Earth, Wind, Fire, and Rain: Real Tales of Temperamental Elements
We might think humans have control over our environment, but Mother Nature has proven us wrong again and again. Earth, Wind, Fire, and Rain: Real Tales of Temperamental Elements tells the story of five of America's deadliest natural disasters that were made worse by human error, ignorance, and greed. For example, in the fall of 1871, loggers and farmers chopped trees and burned brush in the vast forest around Peshtigo, Wisconsin. Fire was a tool they believed they could control. But on October 8, 1 million acres burned in the deadliest fire in American history. Later that century, meteorologists mistakenly predicted clearing skies for New York City on March 10, 1888. Then, two devilish storm fronts collided in what was called the Great White Hurricane. The blizzard brought New Yorkers to their knees and unprepared city leaders were powerless to help. Powerless too were the residents of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, on May 31, 1889. A private club of wealthy businessmen owned a dam upriver from Johnstown. The club modified the dam to improve recreation on their private lake, but these changes weakened the structure. When heavy rains fell, the dam burst, flooding Johnstown with 20 million tons of water. Residents of San Francisco had no warning when a massive earthquake struck on April 18, 1906. It toppled buildings, ruptured gas mines and ignited fires. Years of political corruption had underfunded the fire department, leaving it without the equipment or training to quench the inferno, and San Francisco burned. In the 1920s, farmers transformed the dry, windy southern Plains by digging up the buffalo grass and planting millions of acres of wheat. But nature fought back by turning this breadbasket into a Dust Bowl. On April 14, 1935, Black Sunday, a 200-mile cloud of dirt buried fields, livestock, and people. Peoples' choices did not cause these disasters, but they did give the forces of nature an extra nudge. However, tragedy sparked reforms in weather forecasting, soil and forest management, and emergency preparation. But remember--no one can control nature. So be prepared to get out of the way when disaster strikes. This is the tenth book in a series called Mystery & Mayhem, which features true tales that whet kids' appetites for history by engaging them in genres with proven track records--mystery and adventure. History is made of near misses, unexplained disappearances, unsolved mysteries, and bizarre events that are almost too weird to be true--almost! The Mystery and Mayhem series delves into these tidbits of history to provide kids with a jumping off point into a lifelong habit of appreciating history. The five true tales told within Earth, Wind, Fire, and Rain are paired with maps, photographs, and timelines that lend authenticity and narrative texture to the stories. A glossary and resources page provide the opportunity to practice using essential academic tools. These nonfiction narratives use clear, concise language with compelling plots that both avid and reluctant readers will be drawn to. Nomad Press books in the Mystery & Mayhem series introduce readers to historical concepts and events by engaging them in an extremely popular genre--real-life adventure and mystery. Readers ages 9 to 12 are fascinated with the strange-but-true tales that populate history, and books in this series offer compelling narrative nonfiction paired with concise language that appeals to both voracious and reluctant readers. Nomad's unique approach to the study of history uses tantalizing tales based in factual knowledge that encourage a lifelong curiosity in the historical events that shape our world. Titles in the series include: Pirates and Shipwrecks; Survival; Weird Disappearances; Daring Heists; Rebels & Revolutions; Great Escapes; Tomb Raiders; Eruptions and Explosions; Epidemics and Pandemics; and Earth, Wind, Fire, and Rain.
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10.450000 USD

Earth, Wind, Fire, and Rain: Real Tales of Temperamental Elements

by Judy Dodge Cummings
Paperback / softback
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We might think humans have control over our environment, but Mother Nature has proven us wrong again and again. Earth, Wind, Fire, and Rain: Real Tales of Temperamental Elements tells the story of five of America's deadliest natural disasters that were made worse by human error, ignorance, and greed. For ...
Earth, Wind, Fire, and Rain: Real Tales of Temperamental Elements
We might think humans have control over our environment, but Mother Nature has proven us wrong again and again. Earth, Wind, Fire, and Rain: Real Tales of Temperamental Elements tells the story of five of America's deadliest natural disasters that were made worse by human error, ignorance, and greed. For example, in the fall of 1871, loggers and farmers chopped trees and burned brush in the vast forest around Peshtigo, Wisconsin. Fire was a tool they believed they could control. But on October 8, 1 million acres burned in the deadliest fire in American history. Later that century, meteorologists mistakenly predicted clearing skies for New York City on March 10, 1888. Then, two devilish storm fronts collided in what was called the Great White Hurricane. The blizzard brought New Yorkers to their knees and unprepared city leaders were powerless to help. Powerless too were the residents of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, on May 31, 1889. A private club of wealthy businessmen owned a dam upriver from Johnstown. The club modified the dam to improve recreation on their private lake, but these changes weakened the structure. When heavy rains fell, the dam burst, flooding Johnstown with 20 million tons of water. Residents of San Francisco had no warning when a massive earthquake struck on April 18, 1906. It toppled buildings, ruptured gas mines and ignited fires. Years of political corruption had underfunded the fire department, leaving it without the equipment or training to quench the inferno, and San Francisco burned. In the 1920s, farmers transformed the dry, windy southern Plains by digging up the buffalo grass and planting millions of acres of wheat. But nature fought back by turning this breadbasket into a Dust Bowl. On April 14, 1935, Black Sunday, a 200-mile cloud of dirt buried fields, livestock, and people. Peoples' choices did not cause these disasters, but they did give the forces of nature an extra nudge. However, tragedy sparked reforms in weather forecasting, soil and forest management, and emergency preparation. But remember--no one can control nature. So be prepared to get out of the way when disaster strikes. This is the tenth book in a series called Mystery & Mayhem, which features true tales that whet kids' appetites for history by engaging them in genres with proven track records--mystery and adventure. History is made of near misses, unexplained disappearances, unsolved mysteries, and bizarre events that are almost too weird to be true--almost! The Mystery and Mayhem series delves into these tidbits of history to provide kids with a jumping off point into a lifelong habit of appreciating history. The five true tales told within Earth, Wind, Fire, and Rain are paired with maps, photographs, and timelines that lend authenticity and narrative texture to the stories. A glossary and resources page provide the opportunity to practice using essential academic tools. These nonfiction narratives use clear, concise language with compelling plots that both avid and reluctant readers will be drawn to. Nomad Press books in the Mystery & Mayhem series introduce readers to historical concepts and events by engaging them in an extremely popular genre--real-life adventure and mystery. Readers ages 9 to 12 are fascinated with the strange-but-true tales that populate history, and books in this series offer compelling narrative nonfiction paired with concise language that appeals to both voracious and reluctant readers. Nomad's unique approach to the study of history uses tantalizing tales based in factual knowledge that encourage a lifelong curiosity in the historical events that shape our world. Titles in the series include: Pirates and Shipwrecks; Survival; Weird Disappearances; Daring Heists; Rebels & Revolutions; Great Escapes; Tomb Raiders; Eruptions and Explosions; Epidemics and Pandemics; and Earth, Wind, Fire, and Rain.
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20.950000 USD

Earth, Wind, Fire, and Rain: Real Tales of Temperamental Elements

by Judy Dodge Cummings
Hardback
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Packed with facts and tantalising anecdotes from experts and bursting with colour photographs, learn all about weather in this fresh take on the subject that kids with love. It's time to learn everything about weather! Each book in the National Geographic Kids Everything series has more than 100 pictures, an ...
Everything: Weather
Packed with facts and tantalising anecdotes from experts and bursting with colour photographs, learn all about weather in this fresh take on the subject that kids with love. It's time to learn everything about weather! Each book in the National Geographic Kids Everything series has more than 100 pictures, an explorer's corner with from-the-field anecdotes and tips, fun facts throughout, maps and infographics, an illustrated diagram, a photo gallery, cool comparisons, a behind-the-scenes photograph, an interactive glossary, and more.
13.64 USD

Everything: Weather

by National Geographic Kids
Paperback / softback
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Packed with colourful photographs of adorable animals braving the elements, this picture book for preschoolers introduces kids to the weather they experience every day, including rain, clouds, sunshine, snow, storms, and more. From snowflakes to raindrops to puddles, from sunny days to cloudy days to blustery days, young readers will ...
Explore My World: Weather (Explore My World)
Packed with colourful photographs of adorable animals braving the elements, this picture book for preschoolers introduces kids to the weather they experience every day, including rain, clouds, sunshine, snow, storms, and more. From snowflakes to raindrops to puddles, from sunny days to cloudy days to blustery days, young readers will be amazed by the wondrous and ever-changing world of weather. These engaging Explore My World picture books, on subjects kids care about, combine simple storytelling with unforgettable photography. They invite little kids to take their first big steps toward understanding the world around them and are just the thing for parents and kids to curl up with and read aloud.
5.25 USD

Explore My World: Weather (Explore My World)

by Lisa M Gerry, National Geographic Kids
Paperback / softback
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The perfect companion for children eager to understand the world outside, Nature Explorers Box Set contains four fantastic first books on Birds, Weather, Woodland and Forest and the Seashore. Explore the skies with Nature Explorers Birds and discover how a weather forecast is predicted with Nature Explorers Weather. Nature Explorers ...
Nature Explorer Box Set: Explore Nature with Four Fun-filled Books
The perfect companion for children eager to understand the world outside, Nature Explorers Box Set contains four fantastic first books on Birds, Weather, Woodland and Forest and the Seashore. Explore the skies with Nature Explorers Birds and discover how a weather forecast is predicted with Nature Explorers Weather. Nature Explorers Seashore allows you to explore the beach, answering questions such as What causes tides? and Nature Explorers Woodland and Forest teaches you everything to know about trees, from cold coniferous forest to dry deciduous woodland. Each book contains exciting activities, like cloud spotting, bark rubbing and how to make a bird feeder, as well as plenty of fun facts. Nature Explorers Box Set is a must for children keen to explore and understand the world around them. Includes the following titles: Nature Explorers Seashore 9780241282533 Nature Explorers Weather 9780241282519 Nature Explorers Woodland and Forest 9780241282526 Nature Explorers Birds 9780241282502
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34.11 USD

Nature Explorer Box Set: Explore Nature with Four Fun-filled Books

by DK
Mixed media product
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This non-fiction companion series to The Magic School Bus is packed with illustrations, fun facts, and vivid photographs!Learn all about wild with Ms. Frizzle and her class. Inside a Hurricane taught thousands of kids about one weather event, and now the brand new Magic School Bus Guide series can update ...
Magic School Bus Presents: Wild Weather
This non-fiction companion series to The Magic School Bus is packed with illustrations, fun facts, and vivid photographs!Learn all about wild with Ms. Frizzle and her class. Inside a Hurricane taught thousands of kids about one weather event, and now the brand new Magic School Bus Guide series can update readers on a host of curriculum-friendly topics. Full-colour photographs of wild weather fill this book, alongside illustrations of Ms. Frizzle and her class. Young readers are in for a wild ride as they join Ms. Frizzle and all of the other students aboard the Magic School Bus!Each book in The Magic School Bus Presents is a photographic non-fiction companion to an original bestselling Magic School Bus title!
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7.35 USD

Magic School Bus Presents: Wild Weather

by Sean Callery, Tom Jackson
Paperback / softback
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Go back 20,000 years ago to a time of much colder global temperatures when glaciers and extensive sheets of ice covered much of our planet. As these sheets traveled, they caused enormous changes in the Earth's landscape and climate, leading to the evolution of creatures such as giant armadillos, saber-toothed ...
What Was the Ice Age?
Go back 20,000 years ago to a time of much colder global temperatures when glaciers and extensive sheets of ice covered much of our planet. As these sheets traveled, they caused enormous changes in the Earth's landscape and climate, leading to the evolution of creatures such as giant armadillos, saber-toothed cats, and woolly mammoths as well as club-wielding Neanderthals and later the cleverer modern humans. Nico Medina re-creates this harsh ancient world in a vivid and easy-to-read narrative.
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6.290000 USD

What Was the Ice Age?

by David Groff, Nico Medina
Paperback / softback
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What are stars made of? Why is the ocean blue? How are rainbows created? Whether you live in the country or the city, nature is still all around you, so what are we waiting for? It's time to jump off the couch and discover the world that awaits you on ...
Outside: Exploring Nature
What are stars made of? Why is the ocean blue? How are rainbows created? Whether you live in the country or the city, nature is still all around you, so what are we waiting for? It's time to jump off the couch and discover the world that awaits you on your doorstep. Learn about the formation of the Earth, how the weather works, and what causes volcanoes and earthquakes with this comprehensive book, created in collaboration with a team of experts. Suggestions for activities and many illustrations to help the whole family get started, leave the house, and go out to discover - or simply admire - the amazing world that exists outside.
18.75 USD

Outside: Exploring Nature

by Ines Teixeira Do Rosario, Maria Ana Peixe Dias
Paperback / softback
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Make science accessible with this essential series that will capture children's imagination while laying the foundation for future learning. With clear, simple language and a compelling design, Discover Science gives young readers the answers to fundamental questions about animal homes, birds, light and sound, materials and more.
Discover Science: Weather
Make science accessible with this essential series that will capture children's imagination while laying the foundation for future learning. With clear, simple language and a compelling design, Discover Science gives young readers the answers to fundamental questions about animal homes, birds, light and sound, materials and more.
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10.23 USD

Discover Science: Weather

by Caroline Harris
Paperback / softback
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How do snow crystals form? What shapes can they take? Why do star-shaped snow crystals usually have six arms? Are no two snow crystals alike?These questions and more are answered inside this exploration of the science of snow, featuring photos of real snow crystals in all their beautiful diversity. Perfect ...
The Story of Snow: The Science of Winter's Wonder
How do snow crystals form? What shapes can they take? Why do star-shaped snow crystals usually have six arms? Are no two snow crystals alike?These questions and more are answered inside this exploration of the science of snow, featuring photos of real snow crystals in all their beautiful diversity. Perfect for reading on winter days, this book by a nature photographer and a snow scientist will inspire wonder and curiosity about the marvels of snow. And for those inspired to collect and study their own snow crystals, there are snow-crystal-catching instructions in the back.
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10.23 USD

The Story of Snow: The Science of Winter's Wonder

by Chronicle Books
Paperback / softback
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What Makes a Blizzard?
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11.93 USD

What Makes a Blizzard?

by Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld
Paperback / softback
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100 Facts Weather book for kids is bursting with exactly 100 awesome facts, mind-blowing images and fun activities to help children learn everything they need to know about our world's wild weather. 100 Facts Weather includes key topics about different types of weather and weather systems in easily-digestible, numbered facts. ...
100 Facts - Weather
100 Facts Weather book for kids is bursting with exactly 100 awesome facts, mind-blowing images and fun activities to help children learn everything they need to know about our world's wild weather. 100 Facts Weather includes key topics about different types of weather and weather systems in easily-digestible, numbered facts. Information is surrounded by amazing illustrations and photographs that put facts into context for children. Essential topics covered in 100 Facts Weather: - How the weather forecast is worked out - Dangerous weather such as hurricanes, flood and avalanches - How animals cope in different climates and weather conditions Examples of 'I don't believe it' fascinating facts: - The ancient Egyptians had a story to explain the yearly flooding of the Nile. They said the goddess Isis filled the river with tears, as she cried for her lost husband. - A tornado can be strong enough to lift a train! - When the Sun shines all day in the far north, there is 24-hour night in the far south! Activities to make learning accessible and interactive include: - Find out how to make water heavier using two identical cups filled with the same amount of water - Animal giants game! Put these animal giants in order of size, from largest to smallest - Draw a picture of your own Hadal Zone creature with information from the book Author: Clare Oliver Consultants: Clive Carpenter, Clint Twist Pages: 48 Age: 7+ Dimensions: 9 X 12 Format: Paperback with holographic foil ISBN: 9781782090762
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5.25 USD

100 Facts - Weather

by Miles Kelly
Paperback / softback
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Lightning strikes. Hurricane winds. Terrifying twisters. Is Mother Nature out to get you? Read about some of the deadliest weather on the planet.
The Deadliest Weather on Earth
Lightning strikes. Hurricane winds. Terrifying twisters. Is Mother Nature out to get you? Read about some of the deadliest weather on the planet.
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13.65 USD

The Deadliest Weather on Earth

by Connie Colwell Miller
Paperback
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Explore the science of the Earth with Smithsonian Discover: Earth. With Smithsonian Discover: Earth, kids can take a tour of Earth's fiery core, scale Mount Everest, scuba-dive in the Great Barrier Reef, and hunker down during a hurricane, all without ever leaving the safety of their living rooms. A must-have ...
Smithsonian Discover: Earth
Explore the science of the Earth with Smithsonian Discover: Earth. With Smithsonian Discover: Earth, kids can take a tour of Earth's fiery core, scale Mount Everest, scuba-dive in the Great Barrier Reef, and hunker down during a hurricane, all without ever leaving the safety of their living rooms. A must-have for any kid who calls Earth home, this engaging book contains three sections: Amazing Earth (all about the inside and outside of the planet), the Blue Planet (covering awesome oceans, raging rivers, and great lakes), and Wild Weather (which explains the science of weather and goes inside natural disasters). Each page contains science presented simply, and facts backed by the museum professionals of the Smithsonian. The compelling content is only the tip of the iceberg (only a tenth of which floats above the ocean's surface, as you'll learn). This engaging title also delivers hands-on activities like you would find at the Smithsonian. Bound right into the book are 12 Earth fact cards, a large double-sided map of the world, and materials to construct a three-dimensional paper globe. Though we walk its surface every day, Smithsonian Discover: Earth will surely teach kids that Earth is one fascinating planet!
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17.85 USD

Smithsonian Discover: Earth

by Dorothea DePrisco
Spiral bound
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After rain comes down, the sun comes out and dries the puddles. But the water isn't gone. The heat from the sun has turned it into water vapor-it has evaporated. Eventually, this moisture in the air condenses to form new clouds. Soon the rain will fall again. Read on to ...
Down Comes the Rain
After rain comes down, the sun comes out and dries the puddles. But the water isn't gone. The heat from the sun has turned it into water vapor-it has evaporated. Eventually, this moisture in the air condenses to form new clouds. Soon the rain will fall again. Read on to find out all the ups and downpours of the water cycle!
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6.290000 USD

Down Comes the Rain

by Franklyn M. Branley
Paperback
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Do you ever wake up and wonder what the weather will be? Instead of turning on the TV to find out, you can just look out your window at the clouds. How do you know what type of clouds can forecast a change of weather? Read and find out.
Clouds
Do you ever wake up and wonder what the weather will be? Instead of turning on the TV to find out, you can just look out your window at the clouds. How do you know what type of clouds can forecast a change of weather? Read and find out.
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6.290000 USD

Clouds

by Anne Rockwell
Paperback
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Parents know that the way to help their children overcome their fears is to give them the facts they need to understand what's frightening them. Children know sometimes it's fun to be scared! This title looks at all the big storms created by Mother Nature run amuk. From lightning and ...
Storms
Parents know that the way to help their children overcome their fears is to give them the facts they need to understand what's frightening them. Children know sometimes it's fun to be scared! This title looks at all the big storms created by Mother Nature run amuk. From lightning and thunder to monsoons, hurricanes, and tornadoes - there are facts, yes, but what really comes out is the force and power of the world we live in. There are superlatives, jokes, and best of all, the incredible photographs available only from National Geographic. The cover also makes use of the NG Kids logo, matching the logo used on NG Kids magazine with a subscriber base of 1.3 million. Books are levelled and presented to parents, teachers, and librarians with a letter from an expert in the field of reading and education.
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5.240000 USD

Storms

by Miriam Goin
Paperback
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For the first time, Kingfisher brings its expertise in beautifully-designed, trusted non-fiction to the sphere of learning to read. This new graded reading scheme will grip children's interest. Developed with literacy experts, the four-level series will guide young readers as they build confidence and fluency in their literacy skills and ...
Kingfisher Readers: Weather (Level 4: Reading Alone)
For the first time, Kingfisher brings its expertise in beautifully-designed, trusted non-fiction to the sphere of learning to read. This new graded reading scheme will grip children's interest. Developed with literacy experts, the four-level series will guide young readers as they build confidence and fluency in their literacy skills and progress towards reading alone. LEVEL 3 READING ALONE Extent: 32pp, words per page: up to 100 Sentence structure and vocabulary will be more varied with a wider range of sentence types, vocabulary and punctuation. * Natural language which is clear and precise * High-quality, arresting photos with lots to talk about * Artwork in an attractive variety of styles * Clear design which helps the narrative flow, making obvious links between the text and images * Features to engage readers such as fact boxes, diagrams and graphics, captions, glossary * Prompts to encourage readers to think and talk about the topic * Careful progression over four levels in both language and design features * Helpful advice for parents about sharing books with their children * Online resources for teachers to encourage use in schools
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6.81 USD

Kingfisher Readers: Weather (Level 4: Reading Alone)

by Chris Oxlade
Paperback
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