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Written by Christiane Dorion
Illustrated by Beverley Young
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When will it next snow? This hands-on guide with opening flaps and pop-ups gives masses of information about how different weather conditions come about. Where does rain come from? Why does the wind blow? What is a climate? Answers to these and more are packed into visually entertaining spreads which are full of information.
Why do hurricanes happen? What is a tornado? Why does it snow? Answering these
questions and many more, this book is an entertaining exploration of the world’s weather and climate, with bright, friendly illustrations and accessible, absorbing text.
Praise for How the World Works:
“Not only ambitious but also remarkably successful… an appealing book containing fundamental knowledge about the world to which every child should have access.”
– Geographical, the magazine of the Royal Geographical Society
|Publication date:||1st January 2011|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers, 7+ readers|
|Genres:||The Natural World, Reference Books|
|Recommendations:||Books of the Month|
Christiane Dorion is an award-winning author and educational consultant. She has written a number of children’s books about the natural world and has worked with WWF and other environmental organisations for over 30 years. On scooping the Best Book with Facts Award at the Blue Peter Book Awards 2022 Christiane said: 'I am thrilled to win the Blue Peter Book Award amongst so many fantastic books. The fact that it is judged by children makes it even more special, as they are the best critics. I would say to children, read about what you enjoy. Whether it’...More About Christiane Dorion