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The Wonder in Water by Diane Swanson

The Wonder in Water (2005)

by Diane Swanson

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This short, straightforward book for younger readers (ages 6-8), introduces the many important ways water supports life on earth. Peculiar facts (ladybugs dine on the water and salt in your sweat when they land on your skin!) and interesting images (a moose up to her knees in a marsh, a glob of slime mould) help hold readers’ attention while local (Victoria, BC) author Diane Swanson delivers her trademark blend of information and entertainment.
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Discusses the importance of water to life on Earth, and looks at the different lifeforms supported by sweat, raindrops, puddles, marshes, lakes, rivers, and oceans.

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Annick Press

2 editions of this book were published by Annick Press.

Editions: 1550379364, 1550379372

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