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Look and Wonder: The Great Big Water Cycle Adventure

Look and Wonder: The Great Big Water Cycle Adventure

Dive into the great big water cycle story! The same water has been falling as raindrops for billions of years. It travels around our planet again and again, from raindrops into rivers, and from seas to water vapour in mist and clouds. The water on earth is in glaciers, rivers, streams, lakes and reservoirs. It is used by plants, humans and animals.

Follow the journey of a young boy and girl as they float, splash and slide through the incredible water cycle story. This beautifully illustrated picture book shows the incredible story of the water in all its forms. from grey storm clouds to rushing waterfalls, calm lakes and shining icy glaciers.

‘Look and Wonder’ is a fresh, bold and bright, narrative non-fiction picture book series, for children aged 4 and up, introducing children to life cycles and the natural world. The eye-poppingly colourful digital illustration style will explain the scientific concepts while the light and fun text-style will make these books real home and classroom favourites.

Other titles in the series:
A Stroll Through the Seasons
A Wonderful World of Weather
Incredible Rainforests
The Amazing Butterfly Life Cycle Story
The Amazing Plant Life Cycle Story
The Awesome Night Sky
The Great Big Water Cycle Adventure
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Genre: Designed / Suitable For National Curriculum / For National Curriculum Key Stage 1 / Suitable For Uk Curricula & Examinations

On Sale: 11th May 2017

Price: £12.99

ISBN-13: 9780750299510

Reviews

This is a good way to introduce KS1 children to the concept of the water cycle, as they follow raindrops falling to the ground, into rivers, down to the sea and back into the air to form clouds... An engaging presentation which makes science interesting and easy to understand.
Parents in Touch
Excellent little book which lends itself equally to classroom use and independent research by Ks2 pupils.
The School Librarian