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Publication Date: 2006-05-23
Explores the causes, changing patterns, and forecasting of weather. Uses photographs of actual weather patterns to illustrate ideas presented in the text.
A Guide to the Weather by
Publication Date: 2000-09-13
Explores a wide range of weather topics, including climate and seasons, wind and gales, lightning and thunderstorms, hurricanes and tornadoes, solar wonders, and weather forecasting.
Publication Date: 2004-08-09
"Wind, rain, snow, fog, frost, and sunshine are all signs of the constant shifting Earth's atmosphere. This continual change is what we call weather. The weather changes in four ways - its movement, which can bring winds; its temperature, which can cause anything from frost to heatwaves; its moisture content, which can bring rain; and its pressure, which can cause cloudless days or fierce storms"--From wall chart.
Scholastic Atlas of Weather by
Publication Date: 2004-04-01
A guide to weather phenomena and climate which explains precipitation, ocean currents, weather prediction, pollution, and global warming, plus activities, weather facts, records, and statistics.
Forecasting the Weather by
Publication Date: 2002-01-01
An introduction to weather forecasting, describing some of the methods and tools used.
Wonderful Weather by
Publication Date: 2003-03-28
Explores different aspects of the weather and provides activities and experiments designed to teach children the basics of weather.
Wild about Weather by
Publication Date: 2004-09-01
Provides information about the weather along with fifty experiments and activities.
Severe Weather Photographs
Go on a whirlwind tour of Earth's turbulent atmosphere and reveals the forces that make the day fair or foul. From hurricane to heat wave, weather is the most closely watched wild card in nature.
Sid the Science Kid - Weather Kid Science
Sid's not too happy when rain threatens to squash his play date outside. But the more Sid learns about the rain, the more he understands how important precipitation is. In fact, Sid is learning about all kinds of weather patterns and how they affect our world. At school Sid studies the sun and how it lights up our world. At home, Sid's family visits relatives where it's really chilly. Brrrr! It's cold in here.