Do fish drink?: first questions and answers about water

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Time-Life for Children, Sep 1, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Discusses, in question-and-answer format, the sources, cycle, and uses of water, why oceans are salty, and other related topics. Includes simple experiments.

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I liked this book for a few reasons. First, the book is set up in a way that is easy for children to navigate and understand. For example, there is a table of contents in the beginning of the book ... Read full review


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Neil Kagan, formerly publisher of "Time-Life Books," now heads Kagan & Associates, creators of innovative illustrated books. Over his 30-year career he has developed such award-winning book series as "Voices of the Civil War, What Life Was Like, Our American Century," and the "Time-Life Student Library."
Jerry H. Bentley, head of "The Concise History's" advisory board is Professor of History at the University of Hawaii, editor of the "Journal of World History," and an expert in the history of cross-cultural interactions.