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Thunderstorms are an important, though sometimes frightening, part of the natural world. This book explains how thunderstorms form, tells about the forces that drive wind and rain, describes various types of thunderstorms, and discusses lightening and its dangers.
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"These series titles provide overviews of their respective subjects. The appealing layout includes large fonts, many color photographs, and simple diagrams."
-- School Library Journal ( September 2002) (School Library Journal 20020901)
"This series explores the concepts of the title of each volume by defining and explaining what they are and how they work. Colored photos on nearly every page make the series visually attractive while they add to the understanding of the text. Appealing illustrations and text will interest young readers with information suitable for reports. Recommended."
-- Library Talk (May-June 2002) (Library Talk 20020601)
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