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by Terry J. Jennings. Discover how rain affects our everyday lives in this colorful and informative book, designed to help young readers learn about the world around us. Book jacket. Format:Library Binding. Select Format: Library Binding. ISBN13:9781593891435.
Experiments and activities explain clouds, fog, rain, snow, and wind. Details (if other): Cancel.
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Author: Terry J. These charming books take a first look at the weather for young readers. The layout is clear and simple and the pictures bright and colourful. Concise text helps children to recognise words and phrases and explain the scientific principles in the simplest of ways. A glossary explains the meaning of words which young readers may not have encountered. Also contains a table of contents and an index. Download Rain (Weather) by Terry J. Jennings free. Rain (Weather) by Terry J. Jennings fb2 DOWNLOAD FREE.
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This book would not have been written were it not for the crystalline memory of my grandmother, Betty McKee, whose extraordinary romance with my late grandfather, Eric . It was a day portentous of rain, not divine appointment.
I would also like to thank Stephen Rabson of P&O's archive department, for helping paint a vivid picture of passenger life on board ship during the 1950s and Pieter Van der Merwe and Nicholas J. Evans of the National Maritime Museum in London for their help with naval history.