A Drop of Water

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Publisher: Scholastic
ISBN: 9780590221979
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Describes the origins, characteristics, and uses of water.

A Drop in the Ocean

Author: Jacqui Bailey
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 9781404811270
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Originally published: London: A & C Black Publishers, 2003.

The Drop Goes Plop

Author: Sam Godwin
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 9781404806573
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Mama and baby seagull follow a drop of water, beginning when it is evaporated from the ocean and becomes part of a cloud, through its use by humans, and ending when it is again evaporated from the ocean.

Did a Dinosaur Drink This Water

Author: Robert E Wells
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1504000404
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It’s hard to imagine—the molecules in the glass of water you just finished might have once been part of a water hole that dinosaurs drank from! In this fascinating new book about the water cycle, readers will find that while it might be hard to imagine, it’s true. The author, Robert E. Wells, explains the complete water cycle and also discusses ocean currents, ocean and lake habitats, and hydroelectricity. He also touches on water pollution and our responsibility to keep our water clean. The author’s bright cartoon illustrations make this information especially appealing to kids.

Follow the Water from Brook to Ocean

Author: Arthur Dorros
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0064451151
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Water is always flowing, from a brook to a stream, to a river to the ocean. Read and find out more about how water shapes the earth and why it is important to keep our water clean.

Inside the Water Cycle

Author: William B. Rice
Publisher: Teacher Created Materials
ISBN: 0743905555
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This fascinating book is part of the Earth and Space Sciences Readers for students in Upper Primary School.The water cycle is an amazing cycle that goes through many stages. Learn about these stages and how they effect you everyday in this exciting read.Includes a lab activity at the end of the book Contents:Down Came The RainRoun and Round We GoEvaporation into the SkyCondensation and Cloud FormationCloud MovementPrecipitationWater on the EarthWater in OceansWonderful WaterAppen

A Drop of Water

Author: Yvonne Williams Casaus
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781627472289
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In this extraordinary book, Yvonne reflects upon her past experiences, grief, and losses to find her way back to her spirituality and strength. She bares her soul, yet is able to use water as a lighthearted, uninhibited, and fun way to express how we are all connected. It is a spiritually inspired book about healing, grief, and personal growth. It becomes a beautiful poetic journey as she discovers her love of water as part of what led her towards her spiritual path. Through her writing she expresses how she found her way through several tremendous losses, including the loss of her husband. In her ability to endure, she found a strength she never knew she had. This book is for anyone that has ever struggled with depression, grief, or loss of any kind. It is for anyone interested in personal growth and healing. By sharing her personal story she is able to remind us that we are never truly alone, using something we can all understand, water.

Science in Wonderland

Author: Melanie Keene
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191639648
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In Victorian Britain an array of writers captured the excitement of new scientific discoveries, and enticed young readers and listeners into learning their secrets, by converting introductory explanations into quirky, charming, and imaginative fairy-tales; forces could be fairies, dinosaurs could be dragons, and looking closely at a drop of water revealed a soup of monsters. Science in Wonderland explores how these stories were presented and read. Melanie Keene introduces and analyses a range of Victorian scientific fairy-tales, from nursery classics such as The Water-Babies to the little-known Wonderland of Evolution, or the story of insect lecturer Fairy Know-a-Bit. In exploring the ways in which authors and translators - from Hans Christian Andersen and Edith Nesbit to the pseudonymous 'A.L.O.E.' and 'Acheta Domestica' - reconciled the differing demands of factual accuracy and fantastical narratives, Keene asks why the fairies and their tales were chosen as an appropriate new form for capturing and presenting scientific and technological knowledge to young audiences. Such stories, she argues, were an important way in which authors and audiences criticised, communicated, and celebrated contemporary scientific ideas, practices, and objects.