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Little Cloud: The Science of a Hurricane
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Little Cloud: The Science of a Hurricane

by Johanna Wagstaffe
  • from-british-columbia
  • inquiry
  • nonfiction
  • science

Follow our little cloud on an adventure through the sky and learn the science behind how it transforms from a simple cumulus cloud to a full-blown hurricane.

Beautifully detailed illustrations from award-winning artist Julie McLaughlin integrate science with storytelling. Children will enjoy finding new gems of information even after several reads, thanks to a whimsical and rich layout.

And meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe weaves a comprehensive narrative about a powerful weather system that’s so compelling readers won’t even realize they are on their way to becoming budding meteorologists.

Contributors

Johanna Wagstaffe, author

Johanna Wagstaffe is the meteorologist and science host for CBC Vancouver and CBC News Network. With a background in seismology, geophysics and earth science, Johanna has covered a wide range of science stories, from the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfire and the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami to the Paris Climate Change Conference. She lives in Vancouver.

Julie McLaughlin, illustrator

Julie McLaughlin is an award-winning illustrator whose work includes commissions for editorial, advertising and publishing clients from around the world. Her previous books have been nominated for several awards, and she won the 2015 Norma Fleck Award for Canadian Children’s Non-Fiction. Julie grew up on the Prairies and now resides on Vancouver Island.

Rights Holder

Rights Holder: Orca Book Publishers

email: rights@orcabook.com

website: https://www.orcabook.com/

rights sold: Korea (KIZM Education Group)

rights available: World, excl. North America

Additional Information

age range: 6 - 9

number of pages: 32

publication date: 02/18/2020

Original language of pub: English

Materials Available: complete manuscript

Additional Materials: PDF Excerpt