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Ebook Storms by Seymour Simon read! Book Title: Storms
The author of the book: Seymour Simon
Edition: Collins
The size of the: 6.97 MB
City - Country: No data
Date of issue: October 21st 1992
ISBN: 0688117082
ISBN 13: 9780688117085
Language: English
Format files: PDF
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Reader ratings: 7.7

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I think that this book is a great book to read because it is telling you information about how storms work or how the diffrent types work or connect to each-other. I can connect this book with the world because in the world they are many things going on and they are saying how they are hurracanes,earthquakes,sunnamies,and lightfning hitting our states country's. I can connect to this book because for example, there was a huge earthquake in hadi and there was huge disasters and thfe people in hadi had to clean all the last bits of the peices that were left in hadi. I am really sorry for the big eathquake that hadi had in there county I am hoping that this disaster doesn't happen to New York City because a lot of people live in New York City especially people thfat are in my family and generation so I hope that there is no connection to hadi to New York City. In my intrest I can say that the book "STORMS" is a great book to me well that is my opinion and other people have other thought's about the book called "STORMS" I really hope that people agree but they should also have there own opinion and disagree to. I am in the sixth grade and I have enjoyed the book called "STORMS". My ELA teacher is Jermy Daneil if you have heard of him and my home-room teacher is Blaise Russo if you had heard of him. My name is Christina Attaway and I am an M.S.328 student in the sixth grade and I have enjoyed the book called "STORMS".


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Ebook Storms read Online! Seymour Simon, whom the NY Times called "the dean of [children's science:] writers," is the author of more than 250 highly acclaimed science books (many of which have been named Outstanding Science Trade Books for Children by the National Science Teachers Association).

Seymour Simon uses his website, SeymourSimon.com, to provide free downloads of a wealth of materials for educators, homeschoolers and parents to use with his books, including 4-page Teacher Guides for all 26 of his Collins/Smithsonian photo essay books. The site provides multiple resources for kids writing book reports or wanting to explore the online Science Dictionary, and also features the Seymour Science blog highlighting current science news. Educators and families are encouraged to sign up to receive the monthly newsletter from SeymourSimon.com to stay abreast of the latest materials that Seymour Simon is introducing to enrich the reading experience.

He taught science and creative writing in elementary and secondary schools and was chair of the science department at a junior high school in the New York City public school system before leaving to become a full-time writer. "I haven't really given up teaching," he says, "and I suppose I never will, not as long as I keep writing and talking to kids around the country and the world."

Seymour Simon is also a creator and the author of a series of 3D books and a series of Glow-in-the-Dark Books for Scholastic Book Clubs, a series of leveled SEEMORE READERS for Chronicle Books, and the EINSTEIN ANDERSON, SCIENCE DETECTIVE series of fiction books. His books encourage children to enjoy the world around them through learning and discovery, and by making science fun. He has introduced tens of millions of children to a staggering array of subjects; one prominent science education specialist described Simon's books as "extraordinary examples of expository prose."

Seymour Simon has been honored with many awards for his work, including the American Association for the Advancement of Science/Subaru Lifetime Achievement Award for his lasting contribution to children's science literature; the New York State Knickerbocker Award for Juvenile Literature; the Hope S. Dean Memorial Award from the Boston Public Library for his contribution to children's science literature; The Washington Post/Children's Book Guild Award for Non-fiction; the Jeremiah Ludington Award for his outstanding contribution to children's nonfiction; the Empire State Award for excellence in literature for young people; and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Forum on Children's Science Books.

In a recent interview Simon was asked if he ever thinks of retiring. "I seem to be working faster and harder than ever. I absolutely don't feel any urge to sit back and look at what I've done. The only things that I'm thinking about are things I'd like to do in the future. I'm planning and doing and continuing to write. It's what I love to do. I remember a story about an anthropologist going to talk to a tribe and he asked them what was their word for "work." Their response was they have no word for work. Everybody does the things that they do in their life. I love that response. I don't differentiate between work and play. Everything I do is something that I enjoy doing - the writing, the research and everything else."

Seymour Simon writes and photographs nature from his hilltop home in Columbia County in upstate New York, where he lives with his wife Liz Nealon.

You can follow Seymour on Facebook and on Twitter, as well as on his website, which offers free, downloadable Teacher Guides to his books for educators, parents and homeschoolers, as well as the popular Seymour Science Daily Blo


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