Cloudspotting For Beginners

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An introduction to the wondrous world of clouds, by the internationally bestselling founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society and a prize-winning children's book author and illustrator

Have you ever watched a cloud being born?

Clouds come in all manner of shapes and sizes. From low-lying stratus to high-flying cirrus via sun dogs and tornados, this beautifully illustrated guide reveals the facts, secrets and stories of all the major cloud types, and how they change the weather around them. We learn their fancy Latin names, explore the parts of the sky where they like to hang out, watch their amazing light shows - and even visit them on other planets, where they are made of acid (among other things).

Cloudspotting for Beginners will inspire curious minds with a lifelong sense of meteorological wonder.
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Weight 0.250000
Author Pretor-Pinney, Gavin
Availability IP
Department Natural History
Format Hardback
ISBN 9780241632543
Pages 96
Published 04/07/2024
Publisher Penguin
Section Natural History
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