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An Adventure through the Water Cycle

Emily Kate Moon



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Dial House
18 May 2021
A water ride like you've never experienced before, featuring the cutest drop of water in all of precipitation.

A water ride like you've never experienced before, featuring the cutest drop of water in all of precipitation.

Meet Drop. She's water! And she's seen a thing or two. Yep, even dinosaurs; she's four and a half billion years old, after all. Everywhere Drop flows--and she flows everywhere--she keeps things moving, making life on earth possible, and having a great time doing it. (Have you ever plummeted from a rain cloud? Or took a thousand-year nap in a glacier? Drop knows how to live right.) With delightful panache and a steady stream of funny one-liners, Drop takes readers on an adventure through the water cycle and beyond. Filled with irresistible artwork, funny asides, and a steady sprinkle of kid-enticing facts, Drop is the story about water you never knew you were thirsting for.

Splashy and original. -Kirkus A stand out from others of its type. -SLC An endearing, conversational introduction to the water cycle. -PW
Imprint:   Dial House
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 262mm,  Width: 240mm,  Spine: 9mm
Weight:   381g
ISBN:   9780803741447
ISBN 10:   0803741448
Pages:   32
Publication Date:  
Recommended Age:   From 4 to 8 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Emily Kate Moon has always been a big fan of water. She's been drinking it and splashing in it all her life! But growing up in California during a long drought meant she didn't see much of it fall from the sky. It wasn't until Emily moved to Florida that she met Drop, who showed her a thing or two about the water cycle. Emily is a cloud-gazer and artist. She loves to marvel at the wonders of nature, and writes and paints as a way to appreciate her world. She lives by the beach in Jupiter, Florida, with her two sons and their dog Romeo-who is, as it happens, afraid of water!

Reviews for Drop: An Adventure through the Water Cycle

[Readers] will enjoy humorous wordplay while absorbing science. Splashy and original. --Kirkus

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