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Water (See For Yourself)

3.23 of 5 stars 3.23  ·  rating details  ·  13 ratings  ·  4 reviews
From the oceans to the clouds, water is everywhere. In this text, colour photographs together with facts and figures show how it shapes our planet and how vital it is to Earth's future.
Unknown Binding, 64 pages
Published June 12th 2008 by Not Avail (first published 2006)
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With only 63 pages, you'd think it would be a quick read, but it wasn't. Each page in this book is packed with little interesting facts paired with tons of pictures. I read a page a day. I would have had a fact overload otherwise.

I learned way more than I care to admit from this book. I'm actually still confused about quite a few things like weather for example. I won't go into everything I don't understand about that, but it is considerable.

What I loved about this book is that it begins by ad
Whew!!! This book took forever to read. We read the book, Water (Eye Know) by the same publisher. It had similiar information, but in a much simpler format. There were a lot more pages and a ton more information in this book and we could only read about 1 page each time. It was very interesting and informative and covered a lot of topics dealing with water, but it was almost too much!

I read this non-fiction book aloud to my children.

The content is quite detailed and provides a good overview on everything related to water. We really enjoyed the chapters on clouds, the water cycle, and body water. Even though the book is recommended for Grades 4 and up, my 4 year-old daughter was engaged by the beautiful photographs.

This is a great science book. We really enjoyed it!
Too busy, too boring.
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