How Do Meteorologists Predict the Future?: A Science Book About Meteorology

How Do Meteorologists Predict the Future?: A Science Book About Meteorology
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  • Srimalie Bassani
Publisher Name
Flowerpot Press
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Release Date
March 12, 2024
Have you ever wondered how meteorologists on TV predict the weather? A basic explanation of weather instruments, forecasting, and so much more is explored through diagrams, illustrations, and informative and engaging text in this new addition to the How Do series. Includes fun weather activities and a glossary!

About the How Do series: These fully-illustrated nonfiction picture books are a great introduction to various STEM topics. Each title includes facts and figures, simple diagrams and hilarious illustrations and is written in a question-and-answer format to encourage readers to ask questions and guess the answers before exploring the science behind the correct answers.

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How Do Meteorologists Predict the Future? is full of important concepts and factual information about how meteorologists gather and analyze data, the information they need to help predict weather.

Reading this book, we learn about the different layers of our atmosphere, the various methods and tools used for collecting information, along with much about the weather itself. It is amazing all of the different ways scientist (meteorologist) collect this data!

The book ends with some fun and scientific projects kids can try. I look forward to adding these experiments to our homeschool curriculum!

The illustrations make reading this more fun! They are complex, clear, colorful, and delightful. Bassani always does such a wonderful job.

This would make a wonderful addition to school libraries, and a perfect gift for tiny meteorologists!
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