Synopses & Reviews
What makes weather happen? Why do the winds blow?and#160; Where are the coldest, hottest, and rainiest places on earth? With eye-catching photos, Inside Weather cracks the meteorological code, teaching kids about the sophisticated equipment scientists use to gather information and make predictions.and#160; It explains the difference between and#8220;weatherand#8221; and and#8220;climate,and#8221; presents weird weather phenomena, charts climate zones across the globe, and much more.
Praise for other INSIDE books:and#160;and#147;The illustrations in these cool series titles are enhanced by 10 large gatefolds that allow kids to dig deeper into the topics and enjoy amazing illustrations. [T]hese books are entertaining enough to draw in reluctant readers and packed with enough information to attract kids who are familiar with the topics.and#8221;--School Library Journal
and#160;AMNH: Inside Dinosaurs
and#147;Dinosaurs is sure to fascinate . . . with plenty of riveting details and awesome art by the anatomical illustrator of the American Museum of Natural History.and#8221;--School Library Journaland#160;Inside Hurricanes
and#147;Hurricanes has eye-catching photographs, clear information, and heart-stopping first-person narratives.and#8221;--School Library Journaland#160;and#147;[T]his trip into the eye of the storm is enveloping in more ways than one. Unusual page folds are likely to be the claim to fame of the Inside series-they certainly grab attention. [T]he design and layout is well above par . . .and#8221;--Booklistand#160;Inside Tornadoes
and#147;Tornadoes provides an exceptional description of the conditions required to form a tornado and includes a foldout of a spectacular photo gallery.and#8221;--School Library Journaland#160;and#147;This visually tempting title . . . with the clear explanations . . . [is] thoughtfully designed.and#8221;--Kirkus