Winner of the Bronze 2016 Moonbeam Award for Education, Science, and History!
Everybody talks about the weather ― and now kids can have interesting things to say about it, too!
What causes thunderstorms and hurricanes? How do cold and warm fronts develop, and what's the weather like on other planets? Answers to these and other questions appear in 46 full-page illustrations and captions. The ideal introduction to meteorology, this coloring book explains blizzards, tornadoes, rainbows, mudslides, and other natural phenomena.
About the Author
An accomplished science and nature illustrator, Patricia J. Wynne is the recipient of the 2008 Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor and has won awards from Parenting Magazine, the John Burroughs Association, and the National Science Teachers Association. Patricia's artwork has appeared in galleries, magazines, newspapers, and more than 100 books for both children and adults. She is the illustrator of numerous successful Dover titles on science and nature.
Trained as a research scientist, Donald M. Silver has written more than 80 books for students, including his One Small Square series, which takes a close-up look at plants and animals. His numerous awards include the Children's Science Writing Award in Physics and Astronomy from the American Institute of Physicists. He and Patricia J. Wynne have co-authored several popular Dover titles, including My First Book About Outer Space, My First Book About the Body, and My First Book About the Brain.