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A spinning column of air reaches down from a thunderstorm. As it touches the ground, a tornado is formed. Tornadoes can travel more than 60 miles per hour, and ...
Build a tornado at home! Safe, simple instructions and large, clear photographs lead curious readers through the steps to make a tornado with everyday items.
Overturned cars. Destroyed houses. Snapped power lines. The powerful winds of a tornado can cause a devastating amount of damage in a short time. Get an ...
Lightning flashes, and dark clouds spin. A sound like a train or jet engine fills the air. Is it a tornado? How do you know? And how can you prepare for what’s ...
Through stunning photographs and simple text, books in this series introduce children to different types of weather. In Wind, children learn what wind does, ...
Hail the size of golf balls drops from the sky. Strong winds send cars sailing through the air as if they were small toys. Most people look for cover when ...
Surviving Tornadoes will look at children who experienced tornadoes around the world, through history and up to the present day.
In graphic novel format, text and illustrations explain how tornadoes form, how they are measured, and how to stay safe during one.
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 ...
What is the coldest place on Earth? How many kinds of clouds are there? Why do rainbows form? You've got questions about weather, and Kids' Questions has ...
Find out about the different types of winds, including global winds, trade winds, local winds, and breezes. Learn about extreme wind weather like hurricanes ...
El cielo verde y la calma de los árboles significan peligro. ¡Viene un tornado! Hay que buscar refugio. Lee sobre estas tormentas impresionantemente fuertes ...
Describes the process of how tornadoes can form. Also includes explanations of updrafts, downdrafts, thunderstorms, rotation, and funnel clouds.
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