Themes: Hi-Lo, headlines, nonfiction, disasters, world events. Today scientists can predict weather patterns. Despite these forecasts, storms can develop so fast that people have no chance to escape. Read about the havoc wrecked by tropical storms and tornadoes in Bangladesh, Galveston, Central America, the Midwest, New England, and New Orleans. This series of nonfiction readers will grab a student's interest from the very first page! Designed with struggling readers in mind, these riveting 92-page books offer short chapters on significant disasters. Each chapter is its own mini-book, which includes a timeline, key terms, and interesting facts. Fascinating black and white photographs keep the pages turning. A bibliography encourages further topical reading.
HL: High-Low 680L
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|Grouped Work ID||822005ef-b00c-8e0e-fe26-090b89d1e4c3|
|Grouping Title||deadly storms|
|Grouping Author||weil ann|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-01-01 23:53:44PM|
|Last Indexed||2020-01-27 00:25:23AM|
|available_at_school||Stratford STEM High|
|detailed_location_school||Stratford High - Teen Non-Fiction|
|display_description||Provides information about weather patterns and the storms they produce. Includes stories about tropical storms and tornadoes that ravished Bangladesh, Central America, the Midwest, New England, and Galveston, Texas.|
|owning_location_school||Stratford STEM High|
|title_full||Deadly storms / Ann Weil|