The author teaches us the story of water, or more specifically, the water cycle.
The graceful, informative poetic verse on each page is accompanied by a beautiful illustration, all done in oils on canvas.
I am a teacher and attended a class that had a wonderful, interactive activity using this resource.
Love this book!!! I am a teacher and attended a class that had a wonderful, interactive activity using this resource.Published 1 month ago by Joy Nybo
This book is absolutely gorgeous. I read it to my group & covered the last line on each page, so it became a guessing game, which of course, got the kids actively involved.Published 9 months ago by David Matthew Waltuch
Delightfully written and the illustrations are amazing! I'm proud to have such a beautiful book as part of my classroom library so that I can share it with my students!Published 20 months ago by Brenda Broleman
This book is fantastic. If you are a teacher it is great to use when you are teaching personification. I highly recommend this product.Published on October 25, 2011 by rissa
This was a perfect book to add poetry and beauty to a science unit on land and water for fifth graders. Read morePublished on November 29, 2009 by Rebecca P. Wilkinson
It can be hard to write an educational picture book. You don't have any plot (or you DO and it feels tacked on and weird), and it may be a subject - like the water cycle - that... Read morePublished on August 22, 2009 by Ulyyf