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Wild Weather: Learn with Comics

By (author) Valentina Cambi
Illustrated by Martina Naldi
Edited by Filippo Giorgi


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  • Engaging and educational! Part of the new series Learn with Comics
  • Can be used by teachers and parents as a conversation starter when seeking to explore global climate change!
  • Learn about meteorological phenomena through charming comics!
  • Suitable for ages: 8 plus
Full Description

Part of the new series Learn with Comics, a captivating and educational comic chapter book chock-full of information about meteorological phenomena and earth physics. What is atmospheric pressure? How does a downburst form? What is the difference between a cyclone, a typhoon, and a hurricane? All these answers and more when you follow the adventures of Neil, Flor, Akin, and Jin as they camp near the lake with Aunt Gloria. The impacts of climate change are real and present… and worth exploring! Ages 8 +

About the Author

Valentina Cambi has published numerous books, comics, and articles for Disney, Rai Libri, DeAgostini Libri, Blue Ocean Entertainment and more. She holds a masters in writing and production for fiction and cinema, as well as a Ph.D. equivalent in linguistics, and works as an author, screenwriter, artistic director, and graphic-editorial coordinator and translator. Martina Naldi began a freelance career after graduating from the School of Comics in Milan. Since then, she has been collaborating with various Italian and foreign publishing houses such as DeAgostini, Haribo, Giunti. Filippo Giorgi is an international expert in climate modelling, climate change and their effects on the planet and society. From 2002 to 2008 he was Deputy Director of Working Group I for the Intergovernmental Committee on Climate Change, which, in 2007, won a tie with al Gore for the Nobel Peace Prize. Today Giorgi is Director of the Earthy Physics section at the International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) in Trieste, Italy.

White Star
18th Oct 2023
World excluding USA & Canada; India non-exclusive; Italy non-exclusive
240 mm x 170 mm
72 Pages
Name of series
Learn with Comics
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