by Dorthea Deprisco
Reviewed by Jeffrey W. (age 8)
Jeffrey W. is a student in Miss Stolzenberg's 3rd Grade Class
This story is all about natural disasters. For example, avalanches, droughts, earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, tsunamis, volcanoes and wild fires. This book tells how natural disasters start. It also tells you where natural disasters start. For example, avalanches start in the high mountains.
I think this is a good book because it tells all about things I?m interested in. It reminded me of a time we stayed home from school because they were expecting a hurricane, just like in the book. I recommend this book to children who want to be meteorologists someday.