Can it Really Rain Frogs? The World's Strangest Weather Events by Spencer Christian, Antonia Felix
  

Can it Really Rain Frogs? The World's Strangest Weather Events

Written by Spencer Christian, Antonia Felix
Illustrated by
Part of the Spencer Christians World of Wonders Series

Synopsis

Can it Really Rain Frogs? The World's Strangest Weather Events by Spencer Christian, Antonia Felix

What makes a twister twist? Where does acid rain come from? Is it true that snow is sometimes green? Or even red? Can it really rain cats and dogs . . . and frogs? Join popular ABC-TV weather forecaster Spencer Christian as he explores the amazing--and sometimes unpredictable--world of weather. Look inside a flash of lightning. Mix up your own instant rainbow. Find out how caves sing and if a tornado can actually pluck the feathers off a chicken. It's an action-packed tour of the world's strangest weather events--with lots of easy-to-do activities that let you experience the secrets of nature up close. Plus dozens of fascinating sidebars, fun facts, and illustrations bring the world's wonders to vivid life. What's the weather? It's awesome! For children ages 8 to 12 Also available in Spencer Christian's World of Wonders series: Shake, Rattle, and Roll: The World's Most Amazing Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Other Forces

About the Author

In addition to his work on Good Morning America, SPENCER CHRISTIAN is a writer and presenter on subjects from the weather to our government. ANTONIA FELIX is the author of several nonfiction books for adults and children.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Spencer Christian, Antonia Felix
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Publisher

John Wiley & Sons Inc

Publication date

23rd July 1997

ISBN

9780471152903


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