THE REAL BOOK ABOUT WEATHER by Frank Forrester

THE REAL BOOK ABOUT WEATHER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Weather, in its ordinary and extreme manifestations is examined in this lucid and engrossing text. What makes the weather, the seasons, etc., the science of forecasting, the effects of temperature extremes, the dynamics of natural holocausts, the weather of the human body--all questions of immediate interest to the reader, who no matter where he is, will spend his entire life intimately involved with the subject. Well written, informative, and full of fascinating detail.

Pub Date: Dec. 18th, 1958
Publisher: Doubleday-Garden City-Real Book Series