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“Evans knows his topic so well, way beyond tomorrow morning's temperatures.” ―Regis Philbin
“No one knows bad weather better than Bill Evans.” ―George Stephanopoulos
Love this book! It is especially great for teachers as students will get a kick out of looking through it and having the teacher use it as a supplemental resource. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Alicia Carpenter
Got this for my husband's birthday. He enjoys watching the weather channel - and this gave him even more insights to following the unusual weather stories and having a better... Read morePublished on May 12, 2013 by Carleen
Nice illustrations and easy to read. Great for kids and even adults. Cute stories and lots of interesting facts. Great!Published on April 22, 2013 by MadisonGal
learn many interesting facts!
great for kids and adults..
photos are provided for some of the oddities of weather and humans .
I chose this book for a couple of my curious grandsons and they seemed to be interested. Haven't had any specific feedback, but that will come in time.Published on February 9, 2013 by Knitting grandma
need to write too too too too many many many words to post a review a review a review...REVIEW
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Yes, in some places of the world, it has actually rained fish and spiders! Wouldn't you love to learn how that's possible, or what other unusual stuff has fallen from the skies? Read morePublished on November 20, 2012 by Gene Berger