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Watch how weather works through observation, study, reasoning and hands-on experimentation! Full-color pages practically burst with random facts, illustrations, photographs, and tons of notes on weather mythology, lore and history. Threaded throughout are the scientific and more imaginative journal entries of a brother and sister as they observe the elements around them. With 22 experiments throughout, this is a fantastic resource for learning about all kinds of weather! 136 indexed pages, softcover. A brief reference to "millions of years" is included.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 136
Vendor: Workman Publishing
Publication Date: 2003
Dimensions: 9.25 X 7.5 (inches)
ISBN: 1580174205
ISBN-13: 9781580174206

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Start a tornado in a bottle, make your own rain, and set off lightning on a plate! Rebecca Rupp nurtures budding meteorologists by combining impeccable science, 20 exciting hands-on experiments, and mind-boggling facts in this exciting book that will inspire kids to explore the fascinating world of weather. Learn how the earth’s atmosphere keeps our eardrums from exploding, how rainbows work, and why snow can sometimes turn pink. Creating young weather experts while encouraging curiosity and experimentation, Weather! is a perfect storm of educational fun.

Author Bio

Rebecca Rupp has written more than a dozen books for children and adults, including Weather! and How Carrots Won the Trojan War. She holds a PhD in cell biology and biochemistry and has written hundreds of articles for magazines, including Country Journal, Early American Life, Mother Earth News, Natural History, and Utne Reader. She lives in Vermont.

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“…nurtures students’ interest in meteorology…” – NSTA reports

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