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Books with title Extreme Weather

  • Extreme Weather

    Ann O. Squire

    Paperback (Children's Press, Sept. 1, 2014)
    Learn how scientists study some of the most extreme weather on Earth.Most days, you probably don't think too much about the weather. You might wear a coat on a cold day or carry an umbrella when it rains. But weather can be unpredictable. Downpours can flood entire cities, raging winds can knock down buildings, and huge piles of snow can block roads. Readers (Grades 3-5) will find out how scientists study some of the most extreme weather on Earth, from violent tornadoes to deadly hailstorms. They will also learn about some of the most devastating weather events in history.
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  • Extreme Weather

    Speedy Publishing LLC

    Paperback (Speedy Publishing LLC, Nov. 26, 2014)
    Most children are enthralled by nature, specifically outer space and various weather conditions. Because not everyone lives in a geographic region that experiences tornadoes and hurricanes, picture books are a great way for children to learn about these events. A well illustrated picture book can help students understand how tornadoes and hurricanes are formed, and can help them overcome their fear of these extreme weather situations. When students who have been impacted firsthand by a major storm are able to see the explanation in a neutral, scientific way, it may provide a way for them to heal from their traumatic experiences.
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  • Extreme Weather

    H. Michael Mogil, Barbara G. Levine

    Hardcover (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, July 26, 2011)
    Extreme Weather is packed with high-quality images and diagrams on everything from types of storms to how to observe weather to places known for their specific extreme weather.Which layer in the atmosphere contains Earth's weather? How are strong winds maintained? How does water form clouds? What damage is caused by falling hail? Extreme Weather, a new book in the visually stunning, groundbreaking INSIDERS series, answers all these questions and more. Packed with high quality images and diagrams on everything from types of storms to how to observe weather to places known for their specfic extreme weather. Full-energy spreads approach the topics through unique and unexpected angles, taking the reader inside the action. Engaging and fun to read, this series will appeal to know-it-all kids and reluctant readers alike.
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  • Extreme Weather

    Speedy Publishing

    eBook (Speedy Kids, Dec. 5, 2014)
    Most children are enthralled by nature, specifically outer space and various weather conditions. Because not everyone lives in a geographic region that experiences tornadoes and hurricanes, picture books are a great way for children to learn about these events. A well illustrated picture book can help students understand how tornadoes and hurricanes are formed, and can help them overcome their fear of these extreme weather situations. When students who have been impacted firsthand by a major storm are able to see the explanation in a neutral, scientific way, it may provide a way for them to heal from their traumatic experiences.
  • Extreme Weather

    Edward Close

    Paperback (Powerkids Pr, Jan. 1, 2014)
    Introduces extreme cases of weather disasters, including sudden tornadoes, destructive hurricanes, and unexpected flooding, and describes how to become a storm chaser.
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  • Extreme Weather

    Torrey Maloof

    eBook (Teacher Created Materials, May 20, 2015)
    People experience extreme weather all over the world every day. From blizzards that pack cities with snow to thunderstorms that create terrifying tornadoes, this wild weather can be very dangerous and people must learn to be well prepared when it strikes! Teach students about meteorologists, the Fujita scale, condensing water vapor that may form a hurricane, dust storms, and more in this exciting informational text. Colorful images and fun facts paired with age-appropriate text will keep third-grade students engaged from the beginning to the end of this e-book! Featuring a hands-on "Think Like a Scientist" lab activity that is aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards, this e-book helps students apply what they've learned in the text and supports STEM instruction. Helpful diagrams and text features, such as a glossary and index, are also included to improve content-area literacy.
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  • Extreme Weather

    John Farndon

    Hardcover (DK Children, April 30, 2007)
    Uses panoramic storyboard sequences with cutting-edge digital illustrations to help readers dive in and learn in a whole new way as the action unfolds, and includes definitions on every page to help readers increase their vocabulary as they read.
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  • Extreme Weather Events

    Marcia Amidon Lusted

    Library Binding (Greenhaven Pr, Aug. 15, 2017)
    Offers different perspectives on climate change, including the effects of extreme weather and how countries are coping with it.
  • Extreme Weather

    Parragon Books

    Paperback (Parragon Books, July 19, 2013)
    Discover the awesome power of nature! Fold out the pages to create super-wide scenes. Put on your 3D glasses and find out about thunderstorms, monsoons, blizzards and more. Fantastic facts and amazing 3D bring the most extreme weather to life. With 7 giant scenes and over fifty 3D stickers!
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  • Extreme Weather

    Ann O. Squire

    Library Binding (Children's Press, Sept. 1, 2014)
    Learn how scientists study some of the most extreme weather on Earth.Most days, you probably don't think too much about the weather. You might wear a coat on a cold day or carry an umbrella when it rains. But weather can be unpredictable. Downpours can flood entire cities, raging winds can knock down buildings, and huge piles of snow can block roads. Readers (Grades 3-5) will find out how scientists study some of the most extreme weather on Earth, from violent tornadoes to deadly hailstorms. They will also learn about some of the most devastating weather events in history.
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  • Extreme Weather

    Edward Close

    Library Binding (PowerKids Press, Jan. 1, 2014)
    With tornadoes, floods, and hurricanes, Mother Nature can be incredibly violent and destructive. Providing an insiders view of these and other types of storms, this book is certain to blow readers away with its far-reaching scope, unbelievable information, and dazzling illustrations and photographs.
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  • Storms, Extreme Weather

    Gary Dickinson

    language (, Jan. 15, 2014)
    Do you love a good storm or do they scare the living daylights out of you? Whichever your response, Storms, Extreme Weather is a kids book about weather that you need to get for you and your child. Storms can be exciting and incredibly humbling to watch but they can also become extremely frighting in a matter of minutes. When they are understood, a thunderstorm can be turned into an active learning experience rather than a traumatic ordeal for everyone.In this weather book for kids, the author describes thunderstorms (also known as electric storms or storms), how they are formed and how they progress to become whatever it is they grow to become i.e. a sudden downpour with a lot of electric activity and associated thunder or something much stronger and violent.Hazards of storms such as lightning, hail, flash floods and even tornadoes are discussed along with safety measures that can be taken, time permitting, to keep yourself safe as can be under circumstances that present themselves at the time.When it comes to weather books for children, you definitely want to consider buying this one for your children.Scroll up and grab a copy today!