National Audubon Society First Field Guide to Weather

National Audubon Society First Field Guide to Weather

A kid's field guide to weather written by Professor Jonathan D. W. Kahl

"Crisp, clean writing"
Weatherwise magazine
"Well organized, eye-catching and informative"
School Library Journal

Winner of a 1999 "Quick Picks" award from the American Library Association

The National Audubon Society First Field Guide to Weather provides everything kids might want to know about weather - the unique attributes, the varied forms, the powerful forces - plus an identification guide to help beginning naturalists recognize and understand weather patterns in North America.

Easy-to-read text and more than 450 color photographs and illustrations fully capture the beauty of weather. There's also a removable, water-resistant spotter's card to use in the field or for quick identification.

Written by a university professor of atmospheric science, this is the ideal first guide to North American weather. Really two books in one, it's a valuable at-home reference and a useful field guide to the weather that beginners are most likely to see.

The National Audubon Society First Field Guide to Weather (ISBN 0590054880)
may be purchased at your local bookstore, or from:

Scholastic, Inc.
tel: 1-800-331-4624, extension 331 or 332

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Also written by Professor Kahl:
Hazy Skies: Weather and the Environment
Weather Watch: Forecasting the Weather
Storm Warning: Tornadoes and Hurricanes
Thunderbolt: Learning about Lightning
Weatherwise: Learning about the Weather
Wet Weather: Rain Showers and Snowfall


About the Author:

Jonathan D. W. Kahl is a professor of Atmospheric Science at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. In addition to teaching students about the weather, Dr. Kahl does research on air pollution, climate, and global change. He and his family live in Glendale, Wisconsin.

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