for the young meteorologist!
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Take a look into Guy's weather journal...
Go behind the scenes of weather forecasting with TV meteorologist Guy Brown! Guy shares his weather journal to show you exactly what weather forecasting is like—from reading satellite images at the studio, to going on location in inclement weather conditions.
Since weather affects all living things, predicting and responding to changes in the weather is important to both humans and animals. In his journal, Guy will tell you all about how humans and animals alike respond to things like blinding fog, crackling thunderstorms, and whirling tornadoes.
With Mario Lugo's vivid art, readers see some of the amazing clouds that bring us wildly different weather and learn how animals use their adaptations to weather the storms. Guy introduces readers to cloud identification techniques while sharing a glimpse into survival, in town and in the wild.
So bring your rain boots, pack some sunscreen, and get ready for a weather adventure! Don’t forget to watch the clouds and take notes along the way. By the end, you’ll be ready to become a meteorologist just like Guy.
Topics covered in this book include:
Forecasting tools and tips
Environments and ecosystems
Weather safety for kids
ALSO AVAILABLE IN SPANISH
Inspire the Next Generation of Spanish-speaking weather forecasters with the Spanish edition of Look Up to See What the Weather Will Be!
Mira hacia el cielo y verás
cómo el tiempo estará
Look Up to See What the Weather Will Be is a terrific introduction to weather and the tools of forecasting. It is informative, entertaining, and uplifting―featuring vivid illustrations and rhyming chapter titles that are inviting and relatable. I highly recommend this book for young readers, and for parents and teachers as well.
— Spencer Christian, Weather Forecaster, ABC7 News/KGO-TV, San Francisco
A perfect book to help kids understand how and why meteorologists engineer weather forecasts. Guy Brown shows readers how humans and animals are universally affected by the weather. Eye-catching and inspiring!
— Jason Lindsey, Hooked On Science, Meteorologist, STEM Certified Educator