The essential book of weather lore: time-tested weather wisdom and why the weatherman isn't always right
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Believe it or not, folklore and science have more in common than you might imagine. With The Essential Book of Weather Lore learn how you can... Predict the weather by peeling an onion or examining the bubbles in your coffee. Use plants as meteorological tools by watching how they open and close their flowers or turn their leaves "to show their backs" before rain. Foretell the next storm by observing your cat or dog. Grab for your umbrella it you hear a rooster crow at night....and more! Book jacket.
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|Grouping Title||essential book of weather lore time tested weather wisdom and why the weatherman isn t always right|
|Grouping Author||horvitz leslie alan|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-01-01 01:10:20AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-11 04:14:58AM|
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|title_display||The essential book of weather lore : time-tested weather wisdom and why the weatherman isn't always right|
|title_full||The essential book of weather lore : time-tested weather wisdom and why the weatherman isn't always right / by Leslie Alan Horvitz|
|title_short||The essential book of weather lore|
|title_sub||time-tested weather wisdom and why the weatherman isn't always right|