Weatherwise: Snow and BlizzardsAuthor: Robyn HardymanPublisher: Wayland (Publishers) LtdCategory: Natural History Books for Children, Science, Children's Geography Books, Sciences, TechnologyAge Group: 12-17Book Format: Paperback
Weatherwise looks at wind, sunshine, rain and snow and how these weather conditions affect people and their lives, such as their homes, transport, clothing and jobs. This title considers where, and why, snow and blizzards occur around the world. It talks about the difference between snow, sleet and hail, what happens when an avalanche occurs, and the consequenes that these dramatic weather conditions can have on people.
Table Of Contents1: What is snow? 2: A snowy world 3: Snowflakes 4: Sleet and hail 5: Living with snow 6: Dressing for warmth 7: Is snow useful? 8: What is a blizzard? 9: Deadly blizzards 10: What is an avalanche? 11: What is a whiteout? 12: Clearing up 13: Measuring melting ice 14: Glossary 15: Find out more 16: Index
About Robyn HardymanRobyn Hardyman is an experienced writer of non-fiction for children.
|Brand||Wayland (Publishers) Ltd|
|Artist / Author||Robyn Hardyman|