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ISBN:0431190232
Author: Elizabeth Miles
ISBN13: 978-0431190235
Title: Dew And Frost (Young Explorer: Watching the Weather)
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Language: English
Category: Earth Sciences
Publisher: Heinemann Library (November 25, 2004)
Pages: 32

Dew And Frost (Young Explorer: Watching the Weather) by Elizabeth Miles



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Heinemann First Library (25Watching the Weather). References to this work on external resources. Briefly describes where dew and frost come from, how dew can be useful to animals, and problems caused by frost.

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A young beech clinging to its last year’s leaves. You see the snow-white through the white of frost? Ask Helen how far up the sash it’s climbed Since last we read the gage. It looks as if Some pallid thing had squashed its features flat And its eyes shut with overeagerness To see what people found so interesting In one another, and had gone to sleep Of its own lack of understanding, Or broken its white neck of mushroom stuff Short off, and died against the window-pane. Something or someone watching made that gust. It put the flame tip-down and dabbed the grass Of over-winter with the least tip-touch Your tongue gives salt or sugar in your hand. The place it reached to blackened instantly.

Young Explorers by Denis Martindale. Two young lions surveyed the landAnd paused to take it in As if the future could be planned. Two young lions with lots to learn, Exploring now and then. When hunting, they must twist and turn To help them catch again. Majestically and mightily, As brothers, side-by-side. Two young lions must carry on The legacy of life, Aware, they, too, will soon be gone, Though battling to survive Two young lions, aware, astute.

This is one of a series of titles aimed at children between the ages of five and seven which deal with various aspects of the weather.