First Q&A Weather
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First Q&A Weather is a small book full of big questions all about weather. 

First Q&A Weather covers a wide range of weather-related topics, answering both the most common and unusual questions posed by children. Each clearly answered question is accompanied by a photograph or cartoon to aid a child's understanding. With unique questions and answers, amazing photographs and fun cartoons on every page, this is a great introduction to weather books for kids aged 5+. It's sure to be a big hit with curious minds!

Questions in First Q&A Weather cover basic concepts and unusual ideas such as:
• Why are days longer in summer?
• When is snow dangerous?
• What is a rainbow made of?
• When can you see three suns?
• Are all clouds small and fluffy?

Fun activities put new ideas into context:
• Draw a picture of a tornado and a hurricane.
• Find photographs of red, orange and brow leaves in autumn.
• Count the seconds between a flash of lightning and a clap of thunder.

Short, well-written facts ensure that kids will remember them, supporting their recall skills:
• At the North and South poles, the Sun never sets in summer. It is light all day.
• In India, enough rain falls in one year to cover the ground with water 26 metres deep!
• Lightning can be red, blue, yellow or white.

Author: Chris Oxlade
Pages: 24
Age: 5+
Dimensions: 229 x 152.75 mm
Format: Saddle-stitched paperback
ISBN: 9781782094326

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