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Weather watch New Zealand / Sandra Carrod.

By: Carrod, Sandra.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Reed Pub., c2007Description: 64 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 31 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781869780272 (pbk.); 1869780272 (pbk.); 9781869780272; 1869780272.Subject(s): Weather -- Juvenile literature | Meteorology -- New Zealand -- Juvenile literature | Meteorology -- Juvenile literature | Meterology -- New Zealand -- Juvenile literature | New Zealand climate -- Children -- Juvenile literature | Weather -- New Zealand -- Juvenile literature | Metereology -- New Zealand | Weather -- Experiments -- Juvenile literature | New Zealand Climate Juvenile literature | Meteorology New Zealand Juvenile literature | New Zealand Climate Children's non-fiction | Meteorology New Zealand Children's non-fiction | New Zealand -- Climate -- Juvenile literatureGenre/Form: Children's nonfiction.DDC classification: Cz551.5
Contents:
The atmosphere -- Aotearoa New Zealand's place in world weather -- North and south: from the Kermadec islands to the subantarctic islands -- The sun -- Hot air - going up in smoke -- Air - always on the move -- The water cycle - where does rain go? -- Water words -- Why is Auckland's weather so changeable? -- Why is Wellington so windy? -- Why is the West Coast so wet? -- Wicked winds and flying saucers -- Holiday highs -- Frost and dew -- Snow -- Lows and fronts: the deep south -- Thunder and lightning -- Tornadoes -- Hailstorms -- Fog and mist -- Reading the sky - a cloud guide -- Colours of the sky - rainbows and sunsets -- Future weather
Includes bibliographical references and index. -Learn about the whys and wherefores of New Zealand weather. Explains winds, clouds, rain, snow and all the other New Zealand weather. Includes activities.
Awards: New Zealand Post Book Awards for Children & Young Adults 2008 Finalist.Summary: Learn about the whys and wherefores of New Zealand weather. Explains winds, clouds, rain, snow and all the other New Zealand weather. Includes activities. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 62-63) and index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The atmosphere -- Aotearoa New Zealand's place in world weather -- North and south: from the Kermadec islands to the subantarctic islands -- The sun -- Hot air - going up in smoke -- Air - always on the move -- The water cycle - where does rain go? -- Water words -- Why is Auckland's weather so changeable? -- Why is Wellington so windy? -- Why is the West Coast so wet? -- Wicked winds and flying saucers -- Holiday highs -- Frost and dew -- Snow -- Lows and fronts: the deep south -- Thunder and lightning -- Tornadoes -- Hailstorms -- Fog and mist -- Reading the sky - a cloud guide -- Colours of the sky - rainbows and sunsets -- Future weather

Includes bibliographical references and index. -Learn about the whys and wherefores of New Zealand weather. Explains winds, clouds, rain, snow and all the other New Zealand weather. Includes activities.

Learn about the whys and wherefores of New Zealand weather. Explains winds, clouds, rain, snow and all the other New Zealand weather. Includes activities. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.

"Recommended: Reading together: 0+ ; Reading alone: 10+".

Recommended for: Reading together: 0+ ; Reading alone: 10+".

New Zealand Post Book Awards for Children & Young Adults 2008 Finalist.

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