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The Worst Tornadoes of All Time
This title covers these subjects: Natural disasters., Winds., Tornadoes.
The Worst Tornadoes of All Time
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The Worst Tornadoes of All Time

As rain beats down and lightning flashes across the sky, a siren blares loudly in the distance. A tornado! With winds reaching 300 miles per hour, tornadoes leave trails of destruction in their paths. From Bangladesh to Tornado Alley, the wrath of the worst twisters has been felt all over the world.

Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Interest LevelGrades 3-9
Lexile LevelIG850L
ATOS Level5.4
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #148373
Early Intervention Level25
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandEdge Books
Page Count32
Capstone Interactive eBook
List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price

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Denton ISD, Texas - Wendy Marsh

"Author Terri Dougherty takes her reader through eleven of the world’s most massive tornado destructions. Applying a variety of fonts and styles, captioned & illustrated world maps that identify storm locations, and explanations of intensity rating scales helps the reader to understand the magnitude of this unpredictable weather phenomenon. . . .This is a good addition for public libraries and school collections, regardless of their locale." - Denton ISD, Texas

February 23, 2013

Library Media Connection - Nick Petrosino, School Librarian, Ridgeview Junior High, Pickerington, Ohio

"This is an appealing nonfiction series covering the earth’s natural disasters. Each describes how the disaster is ranked, categorized or recognized. The main content of the books is a focus on disasters of epic proportion. The vignettes feature photos or images depicting the event along with date, location and ranking, magnitude, or type of disaster. Each title also features a “Living with....” section providing advice, tips, and information pertaining to the realities of experiencing or being prepared for each disaster. The eye-catching photos and colorful pages provide additional appeal to an already interesting topic. Recommended." - Library Media Connection

November 1, 2012

Terri Dougherty

Terri Dougherty

Terri Dougherty has written more than 90 books for children, including 10 weather-related titles. She wrote for newspapers before exploring other writing styles and lives in Appleton, Wisconsin, with her family.

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