Weather Books

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Weather Books

WEATHER BOOKS

by Judi Barrett, illustrated by Ron Barrett Grade Level: MThis book is about the possibility of the weather being food. It gives a fun look on weather. That happened to the people of chew and swallow and they are left to deal with the new type of weather.

by Joanna Cole (author) Bruce Degen (Illustrator) Level: PMrs. Frizzle’s class is going on a field trip but it’s not an ordinary field trip. The class goes inside a hurricane. Then one of her students gets lost and its up to the class to find him while the hurricane is in full force.

by Alison Inches (Adapter), Dave Aikins (Illustrator) This book is about the backyardigans in a wintertime adventure to make it snow. In order for it to snow the backyardigans have to find the snow queen because she is the only one who knows the secret of making snow. But she is a mean queen who will not open the door for them, so they find a way to make her kind again.

by Author and illustrator David Wiesner Level: NThis story is about two brothers who watch a hurricane from their livingroom window. As the events unfold outside their imagination soars when a tree falls by the window.

by Brian Cosgrove (author) illustrations by Julia GortonLevel: BThis book helps make scientific principals easy for younger students to understand. This books gives students fun ideas on how they can learn about wind. For example, when it is windy get a bunch of balloons and let them go to see how the wind is blowing.

By Lorraine Jean Hopping, illustrated by Jody Wheeler Level: MThis book tells different stories about powerful blizzards from 1888 to 1997. This book also tells students how blizzards are formed and forecasted.

Inside a Hurricane Magic School Bus series

Hurricane

Wild Weather: Blizzards!

I Face the Wind

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

by Brian Cosgrove (author) illustrations by Julia GortonLevel: KThis book helps make scientific principals easy for younger students to understand. This books gives students fun ideas on how they can learn about wind. For example, when it is windy get a bunch of balloons and let them go to see how the wind is blowing.

Thunder-Boomer!

by Franklyn Branley Giulio Maestro (Illustrator) level: MThis book explains what and how a tornado is formed for elementary age students to understand. The book also explains how to be safe incase there is a tornado.

Tornado Alert Let's Read & Find Out Science

by Author and Illustrator Loren Long Level: MThis book is about Otis and all his barnyard friends playing on a hot summer day when they ask their friend bull to play but he does not want to and stays in his pen. When all of a sudden a tornado is on the way. Otis and all of his friends make it to safety when they realize that bull is still out side. Otis rushes to go save his friend before the tornado gets closer

by Megan McDonald Illustrated Peter H. Reynolds Grade Level: NThis book is about the Moody family and what they do when a huge thunderstorm knocks out their power. With the rain pouring down and the strong winds blowing the Moody family tries to come up with ways to entertain them selves, when their crazy grandma comes up with a new game.

Judy Moody and Stinky: The Big Bad Black Out

Otis and the Tornado

Backyardigans The secret of snow


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