How the Weather Works
Dorling Kindersley Eyewitness
Science Guides (UK),
Reader's Digest (US),
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The book also contains a 28-page cloud atlas. This section explains how clouds are classified, then uses photographs to illustrate the main types and captions to explain what they are and what they mean.
"From Gaia to the building of a weather station, weather lore to El Niño, humidity to jet streams, its range is staggering. But even better are the many simple experiments featured in its pages. ... As good as its title: after reading this you really will begin to understand how the weather works." Fred Pearce, New Scientist.
"... probably something for anyone aged 7 to 90, and certainly a huge amount of educational rainy-day play for those with a Blue-Peterish turn of mind." The Independent on Sunday.
"... Beautifully crisp photographs and a lucid text combine to explore meteorology through active involvement. Here is a splendid resource for teachers and children --- or for a family to do real science together at home." Dennis Ashton, Times Educational Supplement.