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National Geographic Kids Little Kids First Book of Weather


Book Information

National Geographic Children's Books
Part of a Series
Science Curriculum

Why is it cooler in the morning and then warmer as the day goes along?  What makes the wind?  Let's take a look at this thing called a thunderstorm.  Is somebody bowling up there?  Or is something else making the thunder and the lightning?

As in every National Geographic book this volume of simply explained facts about the weather absolutely explodes with bright, bold, up close and personal photographs that bring every subject alive.

This book of seven chapters explores heat, wind, clouds, rain, storms, cold, snow and finishes up with a glossary, an index and topics for parents.  A winner.

128 pages   978-1426327193  Ages 4-8

Recommended by:  Barb Langridge, abookandahug.com


How does a rainbow form? What causes it to snow? What makes the wind blow? This adorable reference book introduces young children to every aspect of weather and answers the questions curious kids want to know! Always an important topic for young kids, they'll learn how all the various types of weather systems work, from droughts and deserts to snowflakes and blizzards. Stories are accompanied by 100 colorful photos that capture the awe and wonder of our natural world. This charming book is sure to capture kids' imaginations and become a favorite at storytime, bedtime, and anytime.--from the publisher

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