Why does it seem so quiet after a snowfall? How can something as cold as snow be as warm as a woollen blanket? What's the secret to making the best snowball? Get ready to turn kids into snow scientists. Children can build a snow shelter, decipher animal tracks to learn how animals adapt to winter and much more. Indoor and outdoor activities and "what happens if ? ?" sections encourage kids to continue experimenting with snow on their own.
|Publisher:||Kids Can Press, Limited|
|Product dimensions:||9.00(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.63(d)|
|Age Range:||8 - 11 Years|
About the Author
Cheryl Archer is the author of Snow Watch, a science book for young people that is loaded with hands-on activities as well as fascinating facts about snow. With a Bachelor of Science, specializing in Zoology and Ecology, she worked as a park naturalist for years in the snowy province of Manitoba, teaching children about the environment. Cheryl currently lives in Cochrane, Alberta where she has a marvelous view of the snow-capped Rocky Mountains.
Pat Cupples is a children's illustrator whose many books include The Math Book for Girls and Other Beings Who Count and The Technology Book for Girls and Other Advanced Beings. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.