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Read and Discover Level 5 Wild Weather

Read and Discover Level 5 Wild Weather

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lid
Weather
Jacqueline Martin
nd
I
cov r
all
about
different
types
of
weather
...
What
is a hurricane?re i
th
coldestplace on Earth?
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and discover more about
the
world!Thisseries
of
non-fiction
readers providesinteresting and educational content,
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and
project
work.Series Editor: Hazel Geatches
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CD
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Introduction 31 What
Is
Weather?42 World Weather 83
ALL
About Clouds124
Here Comes
the
Rain
165 Cold Weather 206 Hot Weather 247 Windy Weather 288
In
the Future
32
Activities36Projects
52
Glossary54About
Read
and Discover
56
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Wind,
rain,cloud,
andsnow
are
all
types of
weather.Weather
is
different
in
different
places around
theworld.
In
some
places
the
weather
is
the
same
every
day, and
in
other
places
it
changes
every
hour.
Weather
can
be
calm
or
wild!
What
are
these types
of
weather
caLLed?
Do
you
know
what
pLaces
have
these types
of
weather?
What
types
of
weather
are
there
where
youlive?
Now
readand
di
scover more
about
different
types
of
weather!

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