Weather The Powerful Forces and Fragile Resources of Earth by
  

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Weather The Powerful Forces and Fragile Resources of Earth by

Climate change, the seasons, extreme conditions - its all covered in this definitive guide to the weird and wonderful world of weather. Would you survive a tornado in the Mid-West? Could you handle forty feet of snow? And why exactly do we get so much rain? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this fun and informative book, packed full of photos and illustrations plus a handy character to guide children through the text with a little humour on the side.

About the Author

About The Author Moira Butterfield has written children's books of all kinds, including non-fiction subjects from history, science, nature and art. She has been cited by the US Library of Congress for her non-fiction work. Added to this she has created award winning work for under-5s, books with novelty components, fiction, craft books, licensed character text and educational material. Moira is a regular blogger and tweeter on children's book matters, occasionally appearing at Literary Festivals to meet her young readers. Her work is listed on a number of independent online reader recommendation websites, and given top ratings by the general public.

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Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: From 9

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Publication date

1st June 2015

ISBN

9781783252381


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