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Weather Wits and Science Snickers: Corny Jokes and Cool Facts!

Weather Wits and Science Snickers: Corny Jokes and Cool Facts!

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***Winner, NFPW 1st place for children's non-fiction (2013) ***Mom's Choice Award (2013) ================= See how fun and science blend together into an easy and informative read for ages 8 and up. This is a full-size, high-quality color printed publication. "Weather Wits & Science Snickers" offers humorous questions and full-color illustrations followed by an understandable description of the science within each joke. The reader will enjoy the real-world images, and numerous resource links provide plenty of opportunity for further exploration. Topics covered range from tornadoes to cold fronts, and even vacuum cleaners on the moon 'Weather Wits & Science Snickers" is authored by a 9-time award winning broadcast meteorologist with 28 years in the field. Austin College alumna Elizabeth Cox created the artwork for this "under the radar" approach to discovery.

Author: Elizabeth Cox, Steve Lanore
Publisher: Steve Lanore
Published: 10/31/2012
Pages: 64
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.38lbs
Size: 11.02h x 8.50w x 0.17d
ISBN: 9780985692124

About the Author
Steve LaNore holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology from Texas A&M University. He is a 9-time award-winning broadcaster with nearly three decades of television experience, including stints in Dallas, San Antonio and Austin. He has served as Chief Meteorologist at KXII-TV since 2006. LaNore is an AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist and has completed the National Weather service advanced Skywarn training program. Steve's book "Weather Wits and Science Snickers" has been honored with a Mom's Choice Award, a 1st-place NPFW award for children's non-fiction, and a 1st-place award in the Press Women of Texas' Communications Contest for children's non-fiction books. Steve says, "I love to watch kids laugh and learn, and that's why I wrote the book". He lives in a small community north of Dallas with his wife Gera. He is a self-described weather "nerd", but his interests cover a wide range from writing, music, art, travel, history and philosophy to all things science!

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