I Face the Wind

I Face the Wind

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Introduces the characteristics and actions of the wind through simple hands-on activities.
Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, c2003
ISBN: 9780688178413
0688178413
9780688178406
0688178405
Branch Call Number: 551.51 COB 2003 21
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : ill
Additional Contributors: Gorton, Julia

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_Alicorn_
Jul 31, 2016

Great starter book to discribe something that is hard to describe since you can't see it easily.
Our 4 year old loved this book and the I Get Wet one as well.
It's a good simple introduction without going in to too much detail yet not being afraid to use scientific words. THe experiments are great and really do make it easy to understand and actually see for a child.

vernessa7 Jun 13, 2013

they talk about how strong and week the wind is by michael

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Jul 04, 2011

My 4 year old son and I loved this book. He was determined to get out and weigh everything with a hanger scale as soon as we finished. Fantastic way to engage kids with science!

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vernessa7 Jun 13, 2013

quoted from book by michael: The weight of the air is part of the only reason that you feel wind. air is made of a gazillion tiny balls floating in space.

vernessa7 Jun 13, 2013

quoted from book by michael: The weight of the air is part of the only reason that you feel wind. air is made of a gazillion tiny balls floating in space.

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vernessa7 Jun 13, 2013

vernessa7 thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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vernessa7 Jun 13, 2013

talks about wind and how strong it is the strongest wind is a tornado which can lift off a roof from a house the weakest is the breath you let out. by michael

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