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Published by Sheridan House in Dobbs Ferry, NY .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hydrologic cycle,
  • Storms

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementDag Pike.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGB848 .P525 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23554189M
ISBN 109781574092899
LC Control Number2009023199
OCLC/WorldCa326688157

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STORMS AND WILD WATER by Dag Pike. Storms are terrifying, awe-inspiring and provide an unparalled thrill to those who encounter them — and survive. Despite centuries of technological advances in boat and ship design, sailors still talk about the storms have experienced in hushed, reverential tones. Here is a challenge for you: Who can find water droplets in the most places right after a rainstorm? This book gives children 72 fun, exciting and unique things to do in natures playground. The book is filled with suggestions, Danks, Fiona and Jo Schofield The Wild Weather Book: Loads of things to do outdoors in rain, wind and snow.4/5. Storms are terrifying, awe-inspiring and provide an unparalleled thrill to those who encounter them - and survive. This highly illustrated book, in the same format and style as Disasters at Sea, brings storms vividly to life. The gripping text recounts the experiences of small boats and large ships fighting their way to safety, and the spectacular photography brings home the sheer power of. Storms at sea are terrifying and awe-inspiring, and provide an unparalleled thrill to those who encounter themand survive. Using personal accounts, stories of survival, and dramatic photography, Dag Pike brings storms vividly to life in Storms and Wild Water.

  Now in his new book Storms and Wild Water, Pike reflects on the power of the sea, its often unforgiving weather and its effect on the boats and ships that ply the waves. The book is a personal account of some of the worst weather he has experienced at sea as well as a collection of stories and anecdotes of rescues, losses and ships fighting for. Books shelved as children-rain-storms: Sunny by Celia Krampien, A Good Day for Ducks by Jane Whittingham, Puddle by Hyewon Yum, Puddles!!! by Kevan Atteb. This highly illustrated book, in the same format and style as Disasters at Sea, brings storms vividly to life. The gripping text recounts the experiences of small boats and large ships fighting their way to safety, and the spectacular photography brings home the sheer power of nature. Libreria Náutica Robinson - Storms and wild water | Pike, Dag | | Storms are terrifying, awe-inspiring and provide an unparalleled thrill to those who encounter them - and survive. This highly illustrated book, in the same format and style as Disasters at Sea, brings storms vividly to.