One of the most easily observed yet difficult topics to explain to children is weather. This accessible guide introduces young readers to the atmospheric world around them, from sun and wind to climate and temperature. Readers can look at snowflakes in amazing detail, discover the water cycle, learn how rain forms in clouds, explore renewable energy, and take a first look at the devastating effects of pollution and extreme weather. With key vocabulary defined in the glossary, and hands-on projects at the end, this is the perfect introduction to this core science topic.
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Caroline Harris is a journalist and has worked on a number of children's books including Kingfisher Knowledge: Whales and Dolphins