Hurricane! by Jonathan London

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One moment the sun is shining on the slopes of El Yunque, the largest mountain in eastern Puerto Rico. The next, everything has changed. The sky has turned deep purple, and you feel as if the air has been sucked from your lungs. That can mean only one thing: A hurricane is coming!
 

About Jonathan London

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Jonathan London, who lives in Graton, California, prefers sandals to shoes, but he knows that nothing beats socks for dancing. When he's ready to put the extra slip in his slide, he kicks off his flip-flops and puts on some tube socks. When Jonathon isn't a sensation on the dance floor, he is a rage on the page with over forty books for children to his credit, including Froggy Gets Dressed, Hip Cat, Like Butter on Pancakes, and Puddles. He lives with his wife and two sons.
 
Published August 19, 1998 by Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Children's Books.

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Rumours of a Hurricane Tim Lott 378pp, Viking, £14.99 Novels about Britain under Margaret Thatcher have been much rarer, then and since, than anyone who lived through the social upheaval and melodrama might have expected.

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Publishers Weekly

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Poetic descriptions of hammering winds, crashing waves and lightning which ""scribbled on the dark clouds"" eloquently capture the beauty and violence of severe weather.

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San Francisco Chronicle

AFP PHOTO Photo: AFP, Getty Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones performing at Earl's Court, London, May 1976.

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Time Out New York

There have been some landmark films about the Rolling Stones over the years.

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The Hollywood Reporter

Back in 1990, the surviving members of the Rolling Stones assembled on screen for Nigel Finch’s well-regarded mid-career documentary 25x5.

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