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This week’s children’s book review is all about Weird Weather and Changing Climates. It was published by Welbeck Publishing and can be purchased on Amazon*.
Engage Key Stage 1 and 2 children with real world issues by combining carefully tailored information with simple and fun activities and projects that they can do at home.
The world’s climate is changing as a direct result of human activity. This book looks at what climate change is, the ways in which it is affecting our planet and suggests projects and ideas to encourage everyone to to do what they can to be greener, limit their own carbon footprints and make a difference.
From one day to the next we can experience a whole host of different types of weather. The UK can never seem to make up it’s mind but we also don’t experience a lot of the harsher weathers that some countries do. This is something covered in school (I vaguely remember it from years ago) so it’s a really helpful book for anyone at the right age.
This book is packed with great information about different kinds of weather, why things happen as well as tips about what we can do to help or make a difference. I think is a really important thing to to be able to show children as it might not be something they think about otherwise.
It’s easy for children to get overwhelmed if books are too complicated or there’s too much to take in. Weird Weather and Changing Climates has some really bold illustrations with small and manageable areas of text and information. I really like that the text is mostly separated too because it stands out as well as breaking it up from the rest of the page.
I’ll be honest and admit that I don’t really know that much about different types of weather, or why things happen, so if you’re like me then this is a great book for you and your child.
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