Did a Dinosaur Drink This Water?

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Albert Whitman, Jan 1, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
TThe author explains the complete water cycle and also discusses ocean currents, ocean and lake habitats, and hydroelectricity. He also touches on water pollution and our responsibility to keep our water clean.

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Everything that lives needs water. Trees need water, so that nutrients can be transported through the trunk to the leaves of the tree. Water can be solid, liquid, or gas. Water is solid when it is in ... Read full review

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This book tells all about the water cycle, why we need water, and the three stages of water. Students will enjoy reading this, or hearing this, during science class. Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Robert E. Wells (Robert Ernest Wells) was born in Pasadena, CA in 1940. In the 90s, he began to put words and pictures into the form of children's books, and now in the new century he continues to do so. In 1993 he wrote and illustrated his first book, "Is a Blue Whale the Biggest Thing There is?". Other books include "What's Smaller Than a Pygmy Shrew?" (Outstanding Science Trade Book for Children, 1996), "What's Faster Than a Speeding Cheetah?", and his latest book, "Why Do Elephants Need the Sun?". Many of his books have been translated into various other languages.

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