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20 Books for Kids About Weather

Hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, oh my.  2017 is definitely shaping up to be quite a contentious weather season.  

Kids are curious about the weather and why not seize the opportunity to educate them about the weather and who knows you may learn a thing or two yourself.  

Here are 20 of our favorite books about weather which answer many of those questions kids are asking.  
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs by Judi Barrett
The Everything KIDS Weather Book by Joseph Snedeker
Gilberto and the Wind by Marie Hallets
National Geographic Kids WEATHER
When the Wind Blows by Linda Booth Sweeney
The Lorax by Dr. Seuss
Goodbye Autumn, Hello Winter by Kenard Pak
Pick a Pine Tree by Patricia Toht
In the Middle of Fall by Kevin Henkes
Come On, Rain! by Karen Hesse
Twisters by Rick Thomas
BOOM! Big, Big Thunder and One Small Dog by Mary Lyn Roy
Thunder-Boomer! by Shutta Crum
5-Minute Bible by Stephen Elkins
You can probably guess from the cover why we chose this one.  The Bible is full of stories about weather including the story of Noah. 40 days and 40 nights told in a 5 minutes.  The 5-Minute Bible features 100 Bible stories and 100 songs to share with your little ones.

Thomas Nelson Books invites you to Curl up with your little one, and discover 100 of the greatest Bible stories.

From Moses’ encounter with the burning bush and Jonah’s trip to Nineveh to Jesus’ parable of the prodigal son and the last supper, 5 Minute Bible: 100 Stories and Songs will make an eternal difference by revealing God’s amazing love. With biblical truths and life-action applications, your child will take these biblical teachings to heart, and the adorable illustrations and song lyrics will help make these five minutes the best part of the day.

Set aside five minutes to discover the Bible with your child—and start today! 

Want more books for kids about weather?  Keep reading, we've got a few more your little ones are sure to enjoy.

What Will the Weather Be Like Today by Paul Rogers
Freddy the Frogcaster and the Huge Hurricane by Janice Dean
Why Does it Happen? by Baby Professor
Rain, Rain, Go Away by Caroline Jayne Church
Shapes in the Sky by Joespha Sherman 
Let It Fall by MaryAnn Cocca-Leffler
Many thanks to Booklook Bloggers for the opportunity to review 5-Minute Bible.  We received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for our review.  
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Comments

Masshole Mommy said…
Those all sound like awesome weather books. I bet that my 4th grader has some of these in his classroom library.
AiringMyLaundry said…
How cool, these look like some fabulous weather books for kids. My son used to be obsessed with the weather. He has autism so he'd learn all about the different clouds and such.
I love to see children reading. I have heard of a couple of those titles. The Lorax is a terrific story!
The wind and the rain has certainly done its work this year all over the world. Wonderful books to read to the kids and let them learn.
Jeannette said…
With Christmas coming up soon this list will definitely help me pick out a few for my kiddos. I love all the weather books here!
My kids really enjoy reading in the evenings with me. We have a daily story time and these books sounds like wonderful additions to our collection.
Terri Beavers said…
These all look like fun books to learn about the weather. After the hurricane we just went through, I think I need to get some of these for the kids.
Lisa said…
I'm going to check these out. My son loves all things weather.
This is a great roundup of weather related books. My kids love finding new books to read.
Pam said…
The Lorax is a great book! I also love Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs. It is a family favorite.
Julee Morrison said…
My children love learning about the weather. I love this list because it has something for every age group and such a variety of weather. Thank you for sharing.
Sarah Honey said…
What a great list. We have some of these titles. Add some to our reading list.
Amanda Simkin said…
I really love the idea for this post, especially since weather is dominating headlines and affecting so many lives in a negative way. I would also add that there should be books about pollution and global warming added to this list since it is all interconnected.
Liz Mays said…
Great choices! We already have a couple of these! Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs is a favorite.
What an amazing round up of books about weather, I have to admit I do love The Lorax myself.
Great selection, we just went through the Irma hurricane here in Florida and my daughter had a million and some questions about the weather, these would really be a great way to teach her about the weather.
Thanks!
Anosa Malanga said…
I remember having a weather book when I was young and often taught my then 2 year old sister about the weather system
This is a great list of books aboot the weather. The 5 minute Bible sounds like a great option for kids!
These sound as though they are really fabulous books! I am going to have to give them a read with my littles.

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