VOYA School Library Journal
Treaster's use of personal accounts keeps the reader's attention and ensures that the book will not just be read to fulfill school assignments.
If you already own such well-researched and attractive titles as Patricia Lauber's Hurricanes
(Scholastic, 1996) and/or Seymour Simon's Hurricanes
(HarperCollins, 2003), you might think you could do without this. Think again.n Kirkus Reviews
There are many books on the subject of hurricanes, but the personal experience enriches this one and makes it particularly appealing for middle-school readers.