The Weather by Heather

The Weather by Heather
Author: Diana Perry
Publisher: Biblio Publishing
Total Pages:
Release: 2015-09-22
ISBN: 9781622492879

eaching weather in a fun to read story for ages 5 to 10 In a library setting, The Weather by Heather is a fun to read fictional Early Reader Level 4 Chapter Book. Mr. Beedy, the local meteorologist, enlists fun ways to teach Heather the science of weather. Kids from 5 to 10 will relate to Heather's dilemma with her hard homework assignment and will laugh at the funny escapades of Mr. Beedy who constantly gets in trouble with the library staff. Among many others, it is recommended by Chief Meteorologist Lonnie Quinn of CBS' The Today Show and The Early Show, and Sandy Whelchel, executive director of the National Writers' Association. This book will definitely get kids to look up at the sky more often.

Amazing Weather

Amazing Weather
Author: Heather Maisner
Publisher: Andromeda Children's
Total Pages: 24
Release: 2006
Genre: Toy and movable books
ISBN: 9781861991478

This volume explains how and why climates change. Each spread explores a different aspect of weather, taking you into the clouds, through rain, snow and storms, to the extremes of hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and drought.

One Green Thing

One Green Thing
Author: Heather White
Publisher: Harper Horizon
Total Pages: 304
Release: 2022-04-19
Genre: Nature
ISBN: 078529130X

Your non-overwhelming, down-to-earth guide for daily climate action…personalized to your unique strengths. The climate crisis is the biggest challenge of our time. But the urgency of a warming world creates anxiety and can sometimes cause us to throw our hands in the air and think, How can I possibly make a difference? Heather White—known as "the Brené Brown of the environmental movement"—will show you how to contribute to the green lifestyle movement through self-discovery and joy. Your personality, interests, and strengths give you a unique role to play in the climate movement. Are you the Influencer? the Beacon? the Spark? the Sage? Once you identify your Service Superpower Profile, it's time to dive into the action and track your progress. One Green Thing is this generation's definitive climate action handbook. In it you'll: Learn your unique strengths of climate service and how to focus those strengths into specific actions. Log the mental health benefits and measure your progress. Reflect on your journey and your "why" for taking action with exercises and journal prompts. Commit to being an awesome ancestor for future loved ones as you inspire your family, friends, and community to work toward a regenerative, sustainable world. Embark on the journey and find your ONE GREEN THING—your personal action that will contribute to climate healing, ease your eco-anxiety, and create a sense of hope—without becoming overwhelmed.

How the Heather Looks

How the Heather Looks
Author: Joan Bodger
Publisher: Living Book Press
Total Pages: 248
Release: 2022-05-17
Genre: Travel
ISBN: 1922634921

A feast for any lover of English children's books. -Christian Herald Over sixty years ago, Joan Bodger, her husband, and their two children traveled to the UK for the adventure of a lifetime. There, they sought to discover the lands they knew from their beloved children’s books. Come along and see for yourself the people and places behind the stories we love. In Edinburgh, they stand outside the childhood home of Robert Louis Stevenson. They discover the countryside that inspired Caldecott's illustrations in Whitworth. In the Lake District, the farm where Jemima Puddle-duck laid her eggs. And in Winnie the Pooh Country Mrs. Milne herself shows the way to “that enchanted place on the top of the Forest [where] a little boy and his Bear will always be playing.” Join their adventures, from sleeping in a wagon to “messing about” in boats on the Thames. While not all their quests end in victory, like any marvelous story, how they get there is what matters. While we can’t all make the journey ourselves, we can let Joan Bodger take us along. As Emily Dickinson says, even if we “have never seen a moor”, we can still imagine “how the heather looks.” How the Heather Looks has been called ‘the book most often stolen by retiring children’s librarians”. This new edition features the stunning art by Mark Lang, and the authors’ afterword, written thirty years after the book was first released.

The Weather

The Weather
Author: Maike Biederstadt
Publisher: National Geographic Books
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2021-09-07
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN: 3791373935

From raucous stormy seas to a welcomingly vivid rainbow, weather's most exciting moments come to brilliant life in this fantastic new pop-up book. In her hugely successful books Creatures of the Deep and What's in the Egg, as well as her enormously popular series of greeting cards for the Museum of Modern Art, Maike Biederstaedt has established herself as one of the preeminent paper artists working today. Now Biederstaedt takes book engineering to new heights as she immerses readers in five electrifying weather scenarios. As each spread unfolds, a meticulously designed landscape emerges--a freighter balances like a nutshell between high waves in the sea; a tornado takes terrifying aim at a truck trying to outrun it; a rain-spewing storm cloud towers like a skyscraper over a farm house. Nature's delicate beauty emerges in the intricate shapes of a snowflake and in the luminous arc of a rainbow. Each page features an informative description of its weather event and the book closes with sobering commentary on the effects of climate change. A wondrous introduction to weather for budding climatologists, this is also an artistic tour de force that collectors will treasure.

Surviving a Blizzard

Surviving a Blizzard
Author: Heather Adamson
Publisher: Amicus Readers
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2011-07
Genre: Blizzards
ISBN: 9781607531470

A level 2 Amicus Reader that discusses the dangers of blizzards, how to prepare for them, and how to stay safe during and after a blizzard.

Weather Watching

Weather Watching
Author: Heather Hammonds
Total Pages: 24
Release: 2002
Genre: Meteorology
ISBN: 9780170104302

'Weather Watching' explains how the weather is measured.

Heather and the Stormy Birthday

Heather and the Stormy Birthday
Author: Linda Oatman High
Publisher: Astra Publishing House
Total Pages: 66
Release: 2023-11-14
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 1662670311

Get whisked away with Heather Whirl, Weather Girl, and her magical umbrella as she explores extreme weather and climate science in this new STEM chapter book series perfect for young readers ages 6–9. Heather Whirl is fascinated by the weather! With eyes that change color in response to rain or wind or heat, Heather would like nothing more than to be a meteorologist or a climate scientist when she grows up. When Heather turns eight, her eccentric great-grandmother gives her a family heirloom—an umbrella with the power to teleport her to areas experiencing wild weather conditions. Heather’s umbrella has a built-in magical doppler that alerts her to wild weather happening somewhere. In the blink of an eye, Heather travels to the middle of a superstorm! Heather observes and learns about the weather, but also lends a helping hand and documents her adventures with her friend Edward and animal companions Fog the dog and a lizard named Blizzard. Her journal entries, notes from her helpers, definitions, and activities provide additional information for the curious reader.

Heather McFeather

Heather McFeather
Author: G. H. Strayer
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
Total Pages: 28
Release: 2012-11-01
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 9781480293410

A Whimsical Story about a little girl who controls all kinds of weather. Heather McFeather always seems to get into mischief, but when her family moves into a house formerly inhabited by a real witch Heather McFeather finds herself in a really wet mess!