The Everything KIDS' Weather Book: From Tornadoes to Snowstorms, Puzzles, Games, and Facts That Make Weather for Kids Fun!

The Everything KIDS' Weather Book: From Tornadoes to Snowstorms, Puzzles, Games, and Facts That Make Weather for Kids Fun!

by Joseph Snedeker
     
 

Get ready for a 100% chance of scientific fun!

Have you ever wondered what happens in the eye of a tornado or how hurricanes gain their strength? From lightning and snow-day blizzards to rainbows and monsoons, The Everything Kids' Weather Book gives you an exciting look into all the action that happens in the sky, including:

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Overview

Get ready for a 100% chance of scientific fun!

Have you ever wondered what happens in the eye of a tornado or how hurricanes gain their strength? From lightning and snow-day blizzards to rainbows and monsoons, The Everything Kids' Weather Book gives you an exciting look into all the action that happens in the sky, including:

  • The difference between cirrus and stratocumulus clouds
  • How meteorologists predict the weather
  • What the term "a perfect storm" means
  • How to build a weather station of your own
  • Why storms depend on how cold and warm fronts interact
  • How to create weather experiments at home
  • The effects of global warming on our planet

Filled with hundreds of exciting facts and thirty fun weather puzzles and games, The Everything Kids' Weather Book is perfect for finding out how a barometer works, which cloud is a nimbus cloud, what causes hailstorms - and everything in between!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440550362
Publisher:
Adams Media
Publication date:
10/18/2012
Pages:
144
Sales rank:
193,497
Product dimensions:
7.80(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.50(d)
Lexile:
1050L (what's this?)
Age Range:
7 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Joe Snedeker, Med, is a meteorologist for WNEP-TV in the Scranton-Pocono Region of Pennsylvania. He has a BS in earth and space science/meteorology from the Millersville University of Pennsylvania and an MEd in biology/environmental science from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania. Joe was a public high school science teacher for more than ten years and currently teaches science and meteorology at Marywood University when he is not totally immersed in his family: his wife, Dawn, and his three children, Joey, Lucas, and Aleah. He lives in Jermyn, PA.

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