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A Drop Of Water by Walter Wick
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Dec 08, 2010

it was amazing

This book was so easy to understand. The author made it so you could easily understand what he was trying to teach you. The pictures in this book are really amazing, I didn't know how he did so of them, until of corse I read the page. Page 10's picture is still amazing to me even when I understand how he did it. 13, 16, and 17 are cool also. I learned a lot about water while reading. I would recomend this book to anyone looking for a book for science [or just a good book about water]. I am glad I read this book after looking through the library and remembering my friend had read it. After I checked out the book people kept saying that I was lucky to have gotten it, and I did not relize why until I had read it [basicly people wanted the book and know I know why]. This is a good book even if you think science is not your favorite subject.
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message 1: by Marsha (new)

Marsha Lila, I thought this was terrific book too. Have you read One Well? http://www.amazon.com/One-Well-Story-... It takes lots of these ideas and put it into a context of how people find and use drinking water. Now that you know that only 3% of the water is freshwater, you'll appreciate this book even more. I'll bet you can interlibrary loan if the LMS library doesn't own it.


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