- Short-listed, Red Cedar Book Award
- Short-listed, Hackmatack Children’s Choice Book Award
- Short-listed, Silver Birch Award, Ontario Library Association
- Runner-up, International Book Award, Society of School Librarians International
- Winner, Parents’ Choice Recommended
Why did green rain fall on Moscow in 1987? Where does wind come from? What exactly is fog? Using the popular Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) format employed by many Web sites, this book allows kids to find out everything they need to know about all sorts of weird and wonderful weather. Sprinkled throughout are amazing weather facts and legends, incredible real-life weather stories, as well as hands-on activities and experiments. And the eye-popping illustrations make learning fun! Kids can read about * hurricanes * El Ni?o * acid rain * global warming * weather forecastingclose this panel
Wyatt presents — interesting and informative data on a wide variety of topics — Colorful graphics provide an eye-catching element, and the Q & A format will appeal to reluctant researchers.
Weather features far more than bruised-looking skies and wild winds, but its comprehensive coverage of conventional weather phenomena and trendy topics such as El Nino will please adults without boring kids.close this panel