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Undaunted by the rainy weather, three children take their happiness outside and seem to chase the clouds away as they jump, skip, and dance together.
With the distinctive sound of their bicycle bells, Chirri and Chirra are off on another whimsical adventure. Stormy weather is no match for their boundless energy and curiosity.
Learn about the most common types of clouds, as well as the myths and legends inspired by their shapes. Simple, whimsical illustrations show the variations in shape and colour that herald changes in the weather.
Miss McMillan and her class are launched into a watery adventure on a very wet day.
As the climate shifts, families experience weather emergencies, including a tornado, a blizzard, a forest fire and a hurricane, finding joy in preparedness and resilience.
Summer, Autumn, Winter or Spring, the Weather Girls are ready for whatever the seasons might bring! Follow these busy girls as they climb mountains, fly hot-air balloons, and soak in a rainbow-sky sunset.
During the night race, Sam's father is knocked unconscious. As the sun sets and the weather worsens, Sam, her sister and her mother are left to sail the boat alone.
Peter is tired of bad weather. Altus, from the Dimension of Natural Forces, is tired of complaints. So Altus gives Peter the power to control the weather. But then the forecast turns from showers to Cyclone Cecilia.
Delsie loves tracking the weather, living with her grandmother, and the support of friends and neighbours, but misses having a regular family, especially after her best friend outgrows her.
Alfie has noticed a few things since his family moved to Folding Ford. There's nothing to do in the countryside. He and his sister are the only kids in the whole village who aren't white. And the weather is completely crazy.
In this charming collection by Enid Blyton, children stumble upon secret rooms on rainy days and gnomes pretend they can forecast the weather.
What are rainbows made of? How hot is the sun? When do hurricanes happen? Discover the answers to these questions and many more in this fascinating information book, with over 60 flaps to lift.
In this book, students investigate different examples of extreme weather, focusing on examples from around Australia, and how these events affect living and non-living aspects of the environment.
What's the difference between climate and weather? How do we know the climate is changing? The need-to-know answers to these and many other pressing questions are explained in this volume.
From understanding how weather forms in Earth's atmosphere to surviving extreme heat waves and record-breaking cold temperatures, everything you want to know about weather is in Ultimate Weatherpedia.
Professor Figgy's Weather and Climate Science Lab for Kids provides invaluable weekly projects and experiences, both inside and outside the home, to explore the fascinating world of weather.
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