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Eric Sloane's Weather Almanac Paperback – Mar 11 2005


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About the Author

Before Eric Sloane became famous for paintings and books, he was one of the top weather experts in North America. He also wrote Eric Sloane's An Age of Barns.

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Eric Sloane's Weather Almanac June 28 2006
By Looking skyward - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Mr. Sloane writes a week by week review noting how the seasons and the weather change as the year goes by. Mr. Sloane also notes how the weather affected early American life by the things he sees and finds while restoring his 1782 Connecticut home. The author rambles at times which simply adds to the interest of the book and gives some insight into the author's life.

Also included is some weather folklore, and the scientific background to prove or disprove some of the old sayings.

An interesting and easy to read book, a must have for anyone interested in weather or early American life.
Eric Sloanes Weather Almanac July 21 2013
By Rhonda - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
This is a great old fashion book on weather. My children and I are on our second time through the book.
We read it once a week throughout the year to learn about what we may expect in weather. It is so amazing how accurate this Almanac is. We love Eric's stories about old barns and tools as well. It is a great resource.
We highly recommend this book for anyone who wants a basic understanding on how to read the clouds and know its weather.


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