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Flash, Crash, Rumble, and Roll Paperback – April 9, 1999
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From School Library Journal
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.
About the Author
Franklyn M. Branley was the originator of the Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science series and the author of close to 150 popular books about scientific topics for young readers of all ages. He was Astronomer Emeritus and former Chairman of the American Museum of Natural History-Hayden Planetarium.
True Kelley has illustrated many favorite books for children in her fun-filled watercolor style, including several in the Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science series. She and the author previously collaborated on What Makes a Magnet? and What the Moon is Like?
True Kelley lives in Warner, New Hampshire.
Top Customer Reviews
It "warns" kids of the danger of lightning by saying that it can start your house on fire, and that it kills cows and horses and people. And that if there is a storm, they should stay away from TVs, bathtubs, sinks, phones, wires, and pipes, because they all carry lightning into the house. And the way it's presented, it makes it seem like those things are all pretty much guaranteed during a storm (but also tells kids to get inside immediately during a storm, because otherwise they're at risk of getting struck by lightning).
So, if you want your youngster to be terrified of lightning, by all means, read this book to them. I'd probably skip this one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My daughter is 8 and has always had anxiety with the weather. She has gotten a lot better, but about 2 years ago it was awful! She would shake and tremble anytime it rained. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jessie McDonald
You can almost hear the thunder! My little grandson likes this book and looks out the window as we read.Published 10 months ago by travel girl
Excellent description of how thunderstorms and lightening are formed. Pretty good story too.Published 12 months ago by Peter M. Silbo
I bought this to share with my child who was already exhibiting some "fear" of thunder and lighting... from the few pages I was able to preview, it looked more scientific. Read morePublished 13 months ago by RH
This book is for an older audience than for preschool but it is understandable for earlier Elementary grades or for a highly inquisitive older preschooler. Read morePublished 16 months ago by JCM
I have a student who is fascinated with weather and clouds. He enjoyed this book and began asking more questions, as well as commenting about some things that have happened to him... Read morePublished 17 months ago by TxAngelBaby