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It's Rainy Today Plip! Plop! Sometimes rain drips softly from the clouds. Sometimes rain comes down hard in a thunderstorm. What happens when the weather is rainy? Read this book to find out! Learn all about kinds of weather in the Whats the Weather Like? series - part of the Lightning Bolt Books collection. With high-energy designs, exciting photos, and fun text, Lightning Bolt Books bring nonfiction topics to li... Full description



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This is a nice, basic introduction to earth science and the weather. What's your weather like? 6 septembre 2009
Par D. Fowler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Belle reliure
When you look up at the clouds you often look for shapes, but sometimes wonder what they are made of. According to this book, "Clouds are made of water droplets." When they combine, they become heavy and that produces rain. Sometimes it rains very lightly, but when it comes down heavy, hard and fast it is called a downpour. If you notice, in the springtime you will see a lot of rainfall. The "rain helps green plants grow" and "flowers blossom." It also rains in the winter time and this frozen, slippery rain is called sleet so you need to "take it nice and slow" when you go out walking.

During thunderstorms it rains and there are also thunder and lightning. "BOOM!" Animals, insects and other creatures act differently when it rains. For example earthworms can be found "on the ground after a rainfall" and "butterflies dangle underneath leaves." The comical looking orangutan will find shelter under a leaf umbrella. What do children do when it rains? When it rains, water flows into "lakes, rivers, and oceans." Later it is heated by the sun and "becomes vapor," goes back into the clouds to form rain and once again we see rainfall. This is "called the water cycle." When rain doesn't fall for a long time, the earth dries and crack, plants die and we experience a drought. When rainfall is excessive, we can have floods that "can ruin houses." If you want to measure rainfall in your area, you can gather some simple equipment and make your own rain gauge!

This is a very basic introduction to weather for ages 4-7 and grades K-3. It does not go into great depth or detail, but is rather designed to interest the young student in earth science and weather. For example in one dialogue bubble, pointing to a rainbow, says "Rainbows sometimes form after thunderstorms." The book can be a stepping stone for further research or simply interest the young reader in nonfiction. The photographs are bright and appealing. This would be a nice book to introduce as a read and discuss book in a homeschool or classroom setting. This is one book in the series, "What's the Weather Like?" In the back of the book is section that tells you how to make and use a rain gauge, an index, a glossary, and additional recommended book and website resources.
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