Weather (DK Eyewitness Books)

Weather (DK Eyewitness Books)

  • ISBN13: 9780756630065
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Some of the most popular selections from the formidable Eyewitness backlist are now available with a clip-art CD included-with no increase in price!

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5 Responses to “Weather (DK Eyewitness Books)”

  • Melissa says:

    Review by Melissa for Weather (DK Eyewitness Books)
    A book about weather everything from the history of meteorology to the formation of hurricanes. There is a lot of information in each page, information about different equipment used to track and measure the weather. Photographs and graphics are used to describe the weather and how to track it. In the back of the book there are pages devoted to making a home weather station to track and record the weather. The book is indexed in the back for easy access to information. It makes the book a good choice to have for easy reference or a young student’s weather project. The material is not presented in a boring matter. Some younger students may find too much information to understand at the first reading.

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  • Steven A. Peterson says:

    Review by Steven A. Peterson for Weather (DK Eyewitness Books)
    “Weather” is a particularly appropriate book to review now, as one hurricane/tropical storm after another seems to roil across the Atlantic. The first section is entitled “The restless air,” and author Brian Cosgrove says: “. . .the very lowest level [of the atmosphere]. . .is forever on the move, boiling and bubbling in the sun’s heat like a vast kettle on a fire.”

    The subjects covered are the usual wide range of matters, typical of these DK publications, especially designed for younger readers. Topics explored include forecasting the weather, the power of the sun, frost and ice, clouds–from birth on, thunder and lightning, and wind.

    There is, too, weather is examined in different contexts–mountains, the sea, the plains. And if a kid gets interested in the weather, the last section shows how one can put together a home weather station. This would be a wonderful way for younger readers to actually study weather and learn in the process.

    So, yes, another successful Eyewitness Book.

  • Local Gratitude 907 says:

    Review by Local Gratitude 907 for Weather (DK Eyewitness Books)
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  • sabby says:

    Review by sabby for Weather (DK Eyewitness Books)
    I had intended to buy the DK Eye Wonder Weather which I had checked out and liked at the library, but accidentally bought this DK Eyewitness book instead. I don’t need the clip art CD or poster attached in the book, but some people like that kind of thing, which is probably why the CD and poster are included with the book. Most dissappointing: some of the pictures of clouds and landscapes, for example, are too grainy and poor quality compared to similar pictures in Eye Wonder. However, the pictures of weather instruments and some drawings are quite good quality. I only wish the entire book had crisp, clear, high-quality pictures. The book cover seems waterproof and durable; no jacket. Binding seems durable, but I have not had the book long enough to test its durability. The glossary and index in the back are useful. I love the DK books, and this Weather book is one reading children can reference again and again, and non-readers can enjoy for the colorful pictures.

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