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Extreme Canadian Weather: Freakish Storms and Sudden Disasters

Book Description
The weather in Canada is rarely boring. The country experiences just about every type of wild weather possible, including tornadoes, droughts, dust storms, ice storms, hail storms, hurricanes, floods and lots of snowstorms. There are times when the weather has been so extreme, it has surprised everyone.
Book Information
PublisherAltitude Publishing Company
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages96
Publication Date01/01/2006
The Creators
About Joan Dixon (Author) : Joan Dixon is a published author of children's books. Published credits of Joan Dixon include Extreme Canadian Weather: Freakish Storms and Sudden Disasters (Junior Amazing Stories), Gus & Gertie and ... more
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