The kids' book of weather forecasting : build a weather station, "read" the sky & make predictions!

by Breen, Mark, 1960-

Format: Print Book 2008
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Summary
Kids experience what makes the weather tick in this hands-on introduction to the science of meteorology. The authors explain how to make equipment to measure rainfall, wind direction, and humidity, record measurements and observations in a weather log, make weather predictions, and perform other related activities.
Additional Information
Series A kids can! book
Subjects Weather forecasting -- Juvenile literature.
Weather -- Experiments -- Juvenile literature.
Meteorology -- Experiments -- Juvenile literature.
Weather -- Experiments.
Meteorology -- Experiments.
Weather forecasting.
Experiments.
Publisher Nashville, TN :Williamson Pub.,2008
Contributors Friestad, Kathleen, 1968-
Kline, Michael P.
Language English
Notes A Williamson kids can! book.
For kids ages 7-13 and their families and friends.
Description 141 pages : color illustrations, maps ; 29 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 137-138) and index.
ISBN 9780824968229 (hc)
0824968220 (hc)
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