Day-to-day changes in nature affect our lives in all sorts of ways. We choose what to wear according to the weather. We might have to change our plans because a flood or snow has brought transportation to a halt. Farm crops thrive because of rain. Many of the towns and cities we live in are beside rivers and lakes that were created by rain. Wind-driven waves shaped our coastlines.
This fascinating guide to the weird and wonderful world of the weather combines fact-packed, easy-to-read text with colorful and quirky illustrations.
is a highly experienced author having written over 180 illustrated non-fiction books and contributed to many articles for magazines. After completing a BSc. in applied physics he took a postgraduate diploma in Journalism at City University, London. He began work as an editor before setting up a freelance business writing and editing, this included editing the magazine Space Voyager
. Ian now lives in Norfolk in the U.K.