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Tornadoes by Gail Gibbons


Tornadoes are swirling, funnel-shaped clouds that can cause massive destruction when they make contact with the ground. Most, however, are classified as the least violent kind and last less than 10 minutes.

Here is information on how tornadoes are formed, how they are classified, where they most commonly appear, and what to do if you find out one is approaching.


Holiday House, Inc.
Copyright 2009 by Gail Gibbons
Full Color
ISBN 978-0-8234-2216-6

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