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In the Sky [Kindle Edition]

Rachelle Nones , Richard Svensson
3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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Book Description

What's Up in the Sky? You'd be surprised! Put your head in the clouds for a wonderful reading adventure that is as educational as it is entertaining.
For ages 5 to 7

Note: In response to a reviewer's comments on this book's format, it should be noted that this book is not formatted for the Kindle Fire reader,
which is the type of Kindle reader that the reviewer read it on. Please visit the author's Amazon page, to see how an actual page formats on an iPad. It also formats nicely on other Kindle readers, such as the original Kindle and the Paperwhite.

Author Bio: Skywatcher and trained tornado spotter, Rachelle Nones, is also the author of the mini-writer's guide: Wrestling a Tornado. Overcoming Writing Challenges. Her work has appeared in hundreds of magazines, including Light Spinner Quarterly: Child Life Specialist Magazine.

Editorial Reviews

From the Author


Clouds are uniquely wonderful works of natural beauty, so I hope you will learn to identify some of the rare and not so rare clouds using the information from the stories in my book. 
If you enjoy watching clouds as much as I do, you might want to join the Cloud Appreciation Society. cloudappreciationsociety.org/

About the Author


Skywatcher and trained tornado spotter, Rachelle Nones, is also the author of the mini-writer's guide: Wrestling a Tornado. Overcoming Writing Challenges. Her work has appeared in hundreds of print and online magazines, including Light Spinner Quarterly: Child Life Specialist Magazine, Teach Hub, and the online website: School of Educators. Her article exploring the controversy over homework assignments was published in Teachers and Principal Quarterly. 
She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature and a master's in English education.

Product Details

  • File Size: 45695 KB
  • Print Length: 20 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DQGIRDC
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,178,955 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3.0 out of 5 stars Needs to Be Formatted for Kindle Device Screens August 30, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Obviously the author has put a fair bit effort into drawing the illustrations and coming up with a way to explain the different types of clouds in the sky. Unfortunately they haven't put any effort at all into formatting this properly. The way it is, it has the images and text on top of the image. Problem is, that image on each page takes up about 10% of the available screen, even if you take the time to use the zoom in feature on your Kindle Fire for each page (which is ridiculous to have to do), the low pixilation makes the text in the image difficult to read and blurry. A shame, as it could well be a good resource tool or introduction for a child to want to learn more about clouds. I don't understand why authors put so much effort into their writing and illustrations then just can't be bothered to spend a small amount of time formatting their book before publishing them as a Kindle book. It really makes no sense.

The book also mentions a rare lenticular could in a page of links at the end saying it wasn't included in the book but is often mistaken for a UFO. Surely this would be the most interesting of all clouds to see in an illustration, you've got to wonder why it wasn't included.
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More About the Author

Rachelle Nones has had hundreds of articles published in trade, commercial, niche, regional, and online publications such as Cat Fancy, The Case Manager, Tri-county Woman, Halogen TV's blog, The District Style fashion blog, Forefront digital magazine and more. She is also the author of an illustrated children's ebook on skywatching, titled In the Sky.

Dog lovers should visit her "Tipper's Dog Diary" pet product review blog at http://www.rachellenones.com/dogdiary to get the straight scoop on dog news, products and services.





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