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JUVENILE FICTION / Nature & the Natural World / Weather
Jul 31, 2012
Books by Leah Scott
Tincup is a tiny oak tree living on the bank of a creek. When he experiences his first tornado, it is both terrifying and bewildering. Afterward, despite the destruction of his familiar landscape, Tincup finds new strength and hope—plus he finally has a clear view of the Beaver Pond he’s always yearned to see! His story brings a whimsical, lighthearted truth to a very serious weather issue.
Children are fascinated with severe weather, and with the recent tornado disasters in the South and Midwestern United States, this interest can also be laced with fear of the unknown. This book brings those feelings to the forefront and offers a two-page, up-to-date informational section relating to tornado history, tornado safety, and tornado vocabulary. Tincup and the Tornado is the first selection in a series of books dealing with weather disasters, written especially for children.
About Leah Scott
Leah Scott lives in Missouri. She is a licensed teacher and military veteran. Weather has always fascinated her, and she enjoys bringing that same excitement to children everywhere.
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