One more assemblage of small words and large pictures that organizes the child's observations and supplies a few...

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One more assemblage of small words and large pictures that organizes the child's observations and supplies a few explanations, here regarding the role of the air in ""making weather."" The explanations are likely to satisfy only a very Young or torpid child; for others they will raise as many questions as they answer: Lightning. ""How does it get there? Lightning is really giant sparks of electricity. Electricity shoots through a storm cloud..."" How does it get there? In the long sequence of weather books, this is a whistle stop, worth noticing only if you need another pause between evocation and elucidation.

Pub Date: July 5, 1967

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Watts

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1967