SNOW by Thelma Harrington Bell

SNOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

From swell stories like Yaller-Eye (1951) and Take It Easy (1953) for this age group, Thelma Bell turns her hand, to a competent essay- explanation on snow, its various forms and their importance for man. Kinds of snow- wet and dry- and snow- flakes-hexagonal, plate, stellar; reading the snow blanket; how snow influences architectural design; making an igloo; the formation of snow in the sky- these are a few of the things to learn about here. Written with ease and a grasp of the facts in relation to each other, this is good nature study reading for 12 year olds too.

Pub Date: Sept. 3rd, 1954
Publisher: Viking