The Drop in My Drink: The Story of Water on Our Planet

The Drop in My Drink The Story of Water on Our Planet Water is a part of your everyday life But when you fill a glass with water did you ever stop to wonder where it comes from Water was present during the Earth s dramatic formation billions of years ag

  • Title: The Drop in My Drink: The Story of Water on Our Planet
  • Author: Meredith Hooper Christopher Coady
  • ISBN: 9780670876181
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Water is a part of your everyday life But when you fill a glass with water, did you ever stop to wonder where it comes from Water was present during the Earth s dramatic formation billions of years ago It has carved out canyons and worn away coastlines It has spent thousands of years at the bottom of an ancient sea, and traveled for just a few hours as vapor in a cloudWater is a part of your everyday life But when you fill a glass with water, did you ever stop to wonder where it comes from Water was present during the Earth s dramatic formation billions of years ago It has carved out canyons and worn away coastlines It has spent thousands of years at the bottom of an ancient sea, and traveled for just a few hours as vapor in a cloud It has been part of millions of organisms over time including a worm, a Tyrannosaurus rex, even an Egyptian princess In this engaging science picture book, water takes on fascinating new significance as readers discover the amazing complexity of a substance so familiar that it s often taken for granted Includes a detailed depiction of water cycles, amazing facts about water, plus important environmental information.

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    About "Meredith Hooper Christopher Coady"

    1. Meredith Hooper Christopher Coady

      Meredith Hooper uses the storybook form in WHO BUILT THE PYRAMID to make the latest research accessible for a young audience Meredith Hooper is an historian by training and the author of many books,ranging in subject from Antarctica to aviation, from the history of water to the history of inventions.

    743 thoughts on “The Drop in My Drink: The Story of Water on Our Planet”

    1. The Drop In My Drink tells the story how water first became know. It also shows how water behaves and why it matters. This is an interesting book for those adventurous students who always question how thinon and the trajectory of how it moved into land. Rich with colors and illustrations next to this character students can learn where did the drop from the tap comes from.


    2. The Drop in my Drink, The Story of water on our planet written by Meredith Hooper, illustrated by Chris Coady – Non-Fiction picture book – I specifically purchased this book for two of my year levels’ inquiry units when they were focusing on “How the World Works” and water inquiry projects. It is one of those books that is lengthy but drives the powerful message of the importance of water home to the reader. Especially if you want readers to understand how important and long water is t [...]


    3. Book Title: The Drop In My Drink: The Story of Water On Our Planet Author/ Illustrator: Meredith Hooper/Chris CoadyReading Level: 4.9Book Level: k-3Book Summary: This is a nice detailed book about water. It talks about the importance of water to all living things as well as the water cycle. It goes beyond the basics of the water cycle and gives many details about things, living and non-living and how they are cared for by the water. The writers traits are organization and ideas. This book is ver [...]


    4. This book has lovely illustrations and bright colors. It also lends a poetic voice to the science of water. But I don't understand why there are unpolished sentences like, "The water our Earth began with," or why the author makes words like "cave" possessive. Surely one may teach science artfully without sacrificing basic grammar.


    5. This gives a very detailed description of the history of water, all the way back to the creation of the earth. It also demonstrates the effects of water on land. Upper grade students would enjoy reading this to learn more about water.


    6. Beautifully illustrated and a good introduction to water and how it has impacted history, geography, and everything for kids.


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