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Simple text and full-color photographs describe rain and its role in the water cycle.
Simple text and full-color photographs describe snow and how it affects people.
Simple text and full-color photographs describe how clouds form and the different types of clouds.
This book uses a selection of fun true or false questions to get readers thinking all about rain, snow, sun, wind, and more. Readers turn the page to reveal ...
See their shapes. Watch for a thunderstorm. It's time to learn about clouds.
Jump in a puddle. Carry an umbrella. It's time to learn about RAIN! Through full-color photos and simple, easy-to-follow text, this nonfiction book introduces ...
Catch a snowflake on your tongue. Toss a snowball. It's time to learn about SNOW! Through full-color photos and simple, easy-to-follow text, this nonfiction ...
This book explores the concept of water, and why living things – i.e., animals, humans and plants – need it.
Earths water is'nt created its recycled! Find out how water changes from a puddle on the ground to a gas in a cloud to falling raindrops and back again! ...
Where did that raindrop come from? And where is it going next? A raindrop's journey is filled with thrills, spills, and chills. Pack your bags, and get ready ...
Fish falling from the sky. Hail the size of grapefruits. These are not your ordinary weather events. Get ready to learn about some of the world’s strangest ...
In graphic novel format, text and illustrations describe the key stages of the water cycle.
You know the song “Pop Goes the Weasel.” Sing along with new words that explain how our planet’s water cycle works.
Algunas nubes son blancas y esponjosas. Otras son grises y bajas. Podemos predecir el tiempo si observamos las nubes. ¿Cómo se forman las nubes y de qué están ...
Describes how clouds form, and explains the differences between cirrus, stratus, cumulus, and nimbus clouds. Includes activity.
Learn about snow and snow crystals. How water turns into snow is the focus of this book, with a discussion of blizzards and other extreme conditions.
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