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What Makes It Rain?: The Story of a Raindrop (Learn About Nature)

by Keith Brandt

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Follows the journey of a raindrop through the water cycle and briefly discusses the characteristics and importance of water.
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These instructive books welcome young readers into the fascinating world of Earth's creatures and explore the marvels of the nature. Habitats, eating habits, size, and how natural phenomena occur are just a few of the topics discussed in the "Learn About Nature" series. Illustrated in full-color throughout.

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Follows the journey of a raindrop through the water cycle and briefly discusses the characteristics and importance of water.

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