Ahrens- Meterology Today-undergraduate text, good reference.
Bendick, Jeanne-”Lightning” l96l, Rand McNally and Co.-children’s information book.
Cavendish, Marshall, “Weather-more science projects” l989 Marshall Cavendish Corp. -short descriptions of weather accompanied by experiments that can be conducted with ease(children’s book).
Dobson, G.M. -”Exploring the Atmosphere” l963, Clarendon Press.
Edinger, James G. -”Watching for Wind”, l967, Anchor Books—Children’s book.
Feravolo, Rocco-”Weather Experiments”, l963, Garrard Publishing Jr. science book with many simple little material experiments.
Kalina, Sigmund-”Air the Invisible Ocean”-l973, Lothrop, Lee, and Shepard, Co. NY.-older children’s book, a few interesting concepts, but some bizzare correlations.
Kohler, Pierre-”Weather” l988, Barron’s Educational Series, Inc.— Resource book explaining earth’s atmosphere.
Lambert, David and Hardy, Ralph-”Weather and It’s Work”—The world of science l984,Facts on File Publications, New York, NY-good resource book, excellent pictures to share with class. Contains information on all types of weather in unit.
McMillan, Bruce-”The Weather Sky”-l991, Farrar Straus Giroux NY— More detailed information about weather, excellent pictures and graphs. Shows skies, clouds and relates them to altitude and occuring fronts.
Mason, B.J-”Clouds, Rain, and Rainmaking”, l962 Cambridge Univ. Press.
May, Julian-”The Cloud Book” l972, Creative Education Society—children’s book.
Polgreen, John and Cathy-”Thunder and Lightning”, l963, Doubleday +Co.- children’s book explaining thunder and lightning.
Ryan, Martha-”Weather”- l976, Franklin Watts-New York-easy reading fact book, good pictures, short descriptions.
Simon, Seymour-“Projects with air”-l975, Franklin Watts, New York-good book with simple experiments for children Uman, Martin-”Understanding Lightning”, l97l Bek Technical Publications.
Webster, David, “Snow Stumpers”, l968, Natural History Press—Picture book of different snow formations.