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by Carole Palmer,Chris Arvetis




Explains in simple terms the reasons for thunder and lightning.
Download Why Does It Thunder and Lightning? (A Just Ask Book) epub
ISBN: 0026888130
ISBN13: 978-0026888134
Category: Children
Subcategory: Science Nature & How It Works
Author: Carole Palmer,Chris Arvetis
Publisher: Holmes & Meier Publishers (August 1988)
ePUB size: 1318 kb
FB2 size: 1175 kb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 197
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Inth
My daughter who is 20 asked me last year where these books went to. I had given them to the school I work at. I do believe that God works in mysterious ways. This year at school I happen to see the books except two that complete the collection. They were being given away. So I took them. They will be one of her Christmas presents. What a better sentimental gift for me to give her. I hope she appreciates the meaning behind it.
Bralore
I read this book to the kindergarten to introduce them to non-fiction and the science of thunder and lightening. It was a cross-curriculum lesson that ended with the children wearing positive and negative raindrop hats and finding the charge that completed there picture of lightning. It was a lot of fun!
Thohelm
too complicated for 4 yr old
Uste
good book
Anyshoun
Awesome! We love it!! Fast shipping!!
Lightseeker
My son loves this book, he can't get enough of it, can't wait to get him more!
Exellent
this book is a good book for the little kids to learn about thunder and lighning because it puts into perspective that the younger kids can understand like using the animals to explain the positive and negitive charge of thunder and lighning.
I bought this book for my son because he was afraid of thunder. I thought if he understood it, it would ease his fears. This book was good for him because he is a very bright boy and likes the "real" meaning of things. This book explains lightning due to electricity. It explains thunder as a noise made from the wave of molecules. I would recommend this book for older kids (3 1/2yrs+). It's a little too technical for little kids.