Fun-to-color pictures and detailed captions introduce school-age youngsters to tornadoes, hurricanes, blizzards, and other atmospheric conditions. Carefully researched illustrations and accompanying text depict and explain cloud types, thunderstorm formation, global wind patterns and ocean currents, ... read more
My First Human Body Book by Patricia J. Wynne, Donald M. Silver These 28 fun and instructive illustrations offer an entertaining way for children to learn how their bodies work. Simple text answers such questions as: What is a hiccup? and Where is my DNA?
Race to the South Pole Coloring Book by Patricia J. Wynne, Ross MacPhee Complete with in-depth captions, 30 scientifically accurate illustrations follow the exploration of Antarctica from 1772 to the 1930s. The book is rich with images of explorers, wildlife, and frozen landscapes.
Green Power: Earth-Friendly Energy Through the Ages by A. G. Smith Thirty ready-to-color images chronicle the past and future of environmentally friendly energy sources. Ranging from ancient water wheels to modern solar cell panels, they depict a fascinating variety of nonpolluting methods of generating power.
Keep the Scene Green!: Earth-Friendly Activities by Becky Radtke Appropriate for ages 6 to 10, activities with a "green" theme include word searches, secret codes, spot-the-differences, mazes, and other puzzles that present the facts about environmental consciousness in simple, upbeat terms. Solutions.
Outside the Box!: Creative Activities for Ecology-Minded Kids by Joan Irvine, Linda Hendry With these step-by-step instructions and hundreds of illustrations, kids can transform a cardboard box into fun activities — from a puppet theater to a miniature golf game. A rewarding lesson in recycling and creativity!
How to Draw for All Seasons by Barbara Soloff Levy In a few easy steps, artists of all ages can draw detailed, appealing seasonal images: a springtime playground, summer sandcastle, fall squirrel with acorns, winter sleigh, and more. 30 seasonal scenes in all!
The Water Cycle Coloring Book by Michael Dutton Discover where our tap water comes from and how we can conserve our most precious resource. Mr. Turtle conducts a lively tour of the water cycle that features 30 illustrations to color.
Habitats Coloring Book by Michael Dutton Join Mr. Turtle and his young friends for a tour of animal habitats that includes mountains, wetlands, rainforests, deserts, savanna, and outback — all populated by thriving wildlife communities.
Fun-to-color pictures and detailed captions introduce school-age youngsters to tornadoes, hurricanes, blizzards, and other atmospheric conditions. Carefully researched illustrations and accompanying text depict and explain cloud types, thunderstorm formation, global wind patterns and ocean currents, radar weather instruments, and other phenomena. 44 black-and-white illustrations.
Manufacturing books in the United States ensures compliance with strict environmental laws and eliminates the need for international freight shipping, a major contributor to global air pollution.
And printing on recycled paper helps minimize our consumption of trees, water and fossil fuels.
All About the Weather was printed on paper made with 30% post-consumer waste,
and the cover was printed on paper made with 10% post-consumer waste. According to Environmental
Defense's Paper Calculator, by using this innovative paper instead of conventional papers,
we achieved the following environmental benefits.
This book was printed in the United States of America.
Dover books are made to last a lifetime. Our US book-manufacturing partners produce the highest quality books in the world and they create jobs for our fellow citizens. Manufacturing in the United States also ensures that our books are printed in an environmentally friendly fashion, on paper sourced from responsibly managed forests.