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The Magic School Bus Inside a Hurricane

The Magic School Bus Inside a Hurricane

The Magic School Bus Inside a Hurricane

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Cole, Joanna; Degen, Bruce;  
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Juvenile Nonfiction > General
Juvenile Nonfiction > Science & Nature > Earth Sciences > Weather
出版社
Scholastic
ISBN-13
9780590446877
ISBN-10
0590446878
出版日期
1996-08
页数
48
单位
尺寸
19.68 * 0.64 * 22.86
装帧
Paperback
版本
First Edition

Product Description

Count on Ms. Frizzle to teach anything but an ordinary lesson on meteorology. Flying through the clouds in the Magic School Bus, Ms. Frizzle's class experiences a hurricane-and even a tornado-firsthand. During their thrilling ride through the sky, Arnold gets lost! Will the Friz be able to save the day this time?

About the Author

Author Joanna Cole and illustrator Bruce Degen make learning a spirited joyride, delighting young audiences with their fantastic journeys to the eye of a hurricane, the bottom of the ocean, and the center of the earth, to name just a few. Author and illustrator have said they were each inspired by an important teacher in their classroom days - very much like Ms. Frizzle! There are now more than 58 million Magic School Bus books in print, in a variety of formats, plus a wildly successful animated television series. Called "a can't-miss team" by School Library Journal, Cole and Degen live in Florida and Connecticut, respectively. For more information about Joanna Cole and Bruce Degen, visit: scholastic.com/magicschoolbus/books/authors

Review

A tropical storm catches the Magic School Bus inside the eye of its hurricane, providing firsthand information on changes taking place in air, sea and land. Science questions and handwritten facts presents basic concepts in the usual lively and fun Magic School Bus manner. -- Midwest Book Review --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From School Library Journal

Grade 1-3-Another wild and wacky field trip for Ms. Frizzle and her intrepid students-this time into the eye of a hurricane. The magic school bus changes into a weather balloon and then into an airplane as the class experiences the hurricane and a spin-off tornado firsthand. As usual, Ms. Frizzle's wardrobe is as changeable as the weather. The familiar format features lots of weather information delivered via students' written reports and spoken comments (dialogue balloons). A subplot features the hapless Arnold, who becomes separated from the group with only Ms. Frizzle's talking radio for company. He survives several harrowing adventures before the magic school bus/plane picks him up. All ends well, the class celebrates with a party, and the Frizz has bees in her bonnet as she anticipates the next class project with a new outfit.
Eunice Weech, M.L. King Elementary School, Urbana, IL
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From Booklist

Gr. 2^-4. Resplendent in a sunflower frock and sunflower earrings, Ms. Frizzle is ready to conduct a new crop of kids onto her unusual bus. This time, it's a trip into the clouds to gather facts about hurricanes--firsthand. When her bus transforms itself into a hot-air balloon (and later into a weather plane) to take a close look at "one of the world's hurricane breeding grounds," the kids, especially Arnold, realize this won't be an ordinary lesson in meteorology. As is usual in the Magic School Bus series, Cole presents the science in easy-to-understand terms, with Degen clarifying the concepts and adding comic relief through double-page-spread pictures that brim with details. It's a great combination of fantasy and science made even better by the fact that the layout of the book makes it easy for readers to tell the difference. Stephanie Zvirin --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.