20 Awesome Weather Books for Kids

  1. “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs” by Judi Barrett – A classic tale of a town where food falls from the sky.
  1. “The Storm Whale” by Benji Davies – Follow the story of a young boy who befriends a whale during a storm.
  1. “Weather” by Seymour Simon – Learn all about different types of weather phenomena, including storms, tornadoes, and hurricanes.
  1. “Feel the Wind” by Arthur Dorros – Join a young girl as she experiences the various sensations of wind.
  1. “The Wind Blew” by Pat Hutchins – Discover what happens when a strong wind blows through a town, causing chaos along the way.
  1. “Flash, Crash, Rumble, and Roll” by Franklyn M. Branley – Explore the science behind thunderstorms and lightning.
  1. “Weather” by Gail Gibbons – Dive into the world of weather and learn about weather patterns, clouds, and climate.
  1. “What Will the Weather Be?” by Lynda DeWitt – Engage in a fun guessing game about the weather.
  1. “Weather in 30 Seconds” by Dr. Jen Green – Get quick and concise explanations of various weather phenomena.
  1. “Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day” by A.A. Milne – Join Winnie the Pooh and his friends on a blustery adventure.
  1. “The Snowy Day” by Ezra Jack Keats – Follow Peter’s adventure in the snow and experience the magic of a winter day.
  1. “Raindrops Roll” by April Pulley Sayre – Marvel at the beauty of rain through stunning close-up photographs.
  1. “Little Cloud” by Eric Carle – Witness the whimsical journey of a little cloud as it transforms into different shapes.
  1. “Tornadoes” by Gail Gibbons – Learn about the powerful and destructive forces of tornadoes.
  1. “Weather Words and What They Mean” by Gail Gibbons – Expand your weather vocabulary with this informative book.
  1. “The Big Storm: A Very Soggy Counting Book” by Nancy Tafuri – Count along with the animals as a big storm approaches.
  1. “The Snow Globe Family” by Jane O’Connor – Meet a little family who lives inside a snow globe and experiences different weather conditions.
  1. “Clouds” by Anne Rockwell – Discover the different types of clouds and what they can tell us about the weather.
  1. “Weather Whys: Questions and Answers on Weather and Climate” by Roderick A. Scofield – Find answers to commonly asked questions about weather and climate.
  1. “Frog and Toad All Year” by Arnold Lobel – Join Frog and Toad as they experience different seasons and weather changes throughout the year. Enjoy these 20 awesome weather books for kids that will educate, entertain, and spark their curiosity about the world of weather!
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