The subject of atmospheric dynamics is featured in a large and steadily increasing number of textbooks. John Green's Atmospheric Dynamics is distinctly different from other books on the topic in several respects. Most important, the reader is expected to have prior knowledge of atmospheric dynamics; significant knowledge in some aspects. There are few figures and even fewer references to outside sources. Thus this book may serve as supplemental reading in a graduate course on dynamics, but it may be less suitable as a primary text.