Water is all around us—from the liquid that flows out of the kitchen tap to the rain that showers down from the sky. Vivid photography and accessible text make this book an ideal introduction to the science of water.
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“Water is the liquid of life and one of Earth’s most precious natural resources. I was thrilled to have an opportunity to share information about the water cycle, water habitats, and how water works in our bodies with young readers.”

by Melissa Stewart
National Geographic
Children's Books, 2014
National Geographic Reader
Ages 6-9
ISBN 978-1-42631-474-2
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