Introduction to Weather & Climate Changes

Educational Development Corp

$ 14.99 
SKU: 60-06292

• This dramatically illustrated book explains what causes all the wild, wonderful and sometimes weird weather we experience on Earth every day. It also investigates the controversial issue of global warming, and the idea that the way we live may be changing the weather. How could this be possible? Is it really happening? And most importantly, what might the consequences be?

Stunning photographs and lively illustrations bring the world of weather and climate alive on a breathtaking scale, from tiny ice crystals to vast polar landscapes. It's also a voyage through time, as you find out how scientists use clues from Earth's ancient past to predict climate change in the future.

• Ages: 9 years and up
• Size of book: 8 1/2 x 10 7/8 inches
• Pages: 96

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