I suggest reading this book two times in a row. First, read through the larger text, allowing the cadence of the words to resonate. Then read again, finding all of the labelled spirals (classic funnel tornado, gardenia, hibernating bull snake) and studying the intricate pictures by Beth Krommes.
The back matter explains spirals in nature, including the hows and whys and a brief introduction of the Fibonacci sequence. Of spirals, author Joyce Sidman says, “They are beautiful, satisfying, and endlessly fascinating.”