50 Things You Should Know About Wild Weather

50 Things You Should Know About Wild Weather by Anna Claybourne

Format: Paperback / softback, 80 Pages
ISBN: 9781784933043
Publisher: QED Publishing
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This title shows and explains how our weather works, how it affects our lives and how it shapes our planet.

In a country where each new day brings a new climate, see what causes our weather to change from a serene, sunny day, to extreme events such as hurricanes and tornados.

This book shows and explains exactly how our weather works, how it affects our lives and how it shapes the world around us.

 

Following on from the immensely successful title on the First World War in 2014, QED is publishing three brand new titles to add to the series. These books are designed to bring each subject matter to life with facts, maps and infographics, whilst succinctly breaking down each area into 50 manageable facts.

The three new titles in the 50 Things You Should Know About series are:

Wild Weather: 9781784933043

The Human Body: 9781784931346

Prehistoric Britain: 9781784933050

Anna Claybourne is a writer and editor who has worked on many children's books, on a wide range of subjects, for different publishers. She lives in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Format: Paperback / softback, 80 Pages
ISBN: 9781784933043
Size: 7.48 in x 9.843 in / 190 mm x 250 mm
Published:

‘Infographics, diagram and photographs combine to
make an enticing book; a book which will leave the reader with a far better
understanding of the weather around us, how it originates and the effects it has on
our lives. A fascinating read with good explanations and informative for us all, not
just children’

What happens when the weather goes WILD? From typhoons and waterspouts to moonbows and sun halos, Anna Claybourne shares some of the incredible weather phenomena and the science behind it from her book  50 Things you should know about Wild Weather. Be warned – it’s a stormy ride!

'With all that is presented here – from the basics of air currents to the most extreme, record-breaking weather and much more – you can rest assured I mean that, 'everything'. The picture editors have done a sterling job, too, for the pages have a complete global outlook and the imagery is brilliant.’

What happens when the weather goes WILD? From typhoons and waterspouts to moonbows and sun halos, Anna Claybourne shares some of the incredible weather phenomena and the science behind it from her book  50 Things you should know about Wild Weather. Be warned – it’ s a stormy ride!

‘ Infographics, diagram and photographs combine to
make an enticing book; a book which will leave the reader with a far better
understanding of the weather around us, how it originates and the effects it has on
our lives. A fascinating read with good explanations and informative for us all, not
just children’

'With all that is presented here – from the basics of air currents to the most extreme, record-breaking weather and much more – you can rest assured I mean that, 'everything'. The picture editors have done a sterling job, too, for the pages have a complete global outlook and the imagery is brilliant.’