Wild Weather: The Myths, Science and Wonder of Weather (Hardcover)
Wild Weather is a fun, easy-to-read guide to understanding the wonders of weather – from why it rains to cloud formations, from extreme weather events to the benefits of sunlight.
Wild Weather is a beautifully illustrated book that explores the science of weather events and how they happen, but also the myth and folklore associated with weather patterns.
Chapters include: sunshine and rainbows, wind, rain, thunder and lightning, snow and ice. The book also includes a cloud spotting guide and is packed with exercises on how to make the most of even the rainiest of days.
This perfect gift for weather enthusiast everywhere and those who want to reconnect with the weather and embrace what is happening on the other side of the window.
About the Author
Alison Davies runs workshops at universities throughout the UK, showing academies, students and early years practitioners how stories can be used as tools for teaching and learning. Alison writes for a wide selection of magazines, including Bella, Soul & Spirit, Your Fitness, Take a Break, Fate and Fortune, Spirit and Destiny, You, Kindred Spirit and Woman's Own. Her features have also appeared in the Times Education Supplement, Daily Mail and Sunday Express parenting sections. Alison has previously published Dreams (2019) and Written in the Stars (2018) with Quadrille.