This Is the Rain (2020)

This Is the Rain You swim in it You take a bath in its You brush your teeth with it You splash it You drink it You flush the toilet with it It is % of you Water Where does it come from Where does it go
  • Title: This Is the Rain
  • Author: Lola M. Schaefer Jane Wattenberg
  • ISBN: 9780688170394
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This Is the Rain
    You swim in it You take a bath in its, You brush your teeth with it You splash it You drink it You flush the toilet with it It is 65% of you.Water, Where does it come from Where does it go
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      Posted by:Lola M. Schaefer Jane Wattenberg
      Published :2019-07-24T14:52:58+00:00

    One Reply to “This Is the Rain”

    1. I really enjoyed this book The illustrations are remarkably striking and unusual, and I just loved them.The sort of cumulative story, told in rhyme, tells about the life cycle of water on earth through history and in the present, and there is a short description in the back The Water Cycle on the Planet Earth It s basically a non fiction book but it reads like fiction, and it can be enjoyed by both very young children and school aged children.

    2. a refrain building book about the water cycle beginning with the ocean and showcasing evaporation Preschool and up.

    3. Where does the water come from It begins in the ocean, which the sun warm Then vapor comes up into the sky The gray clouds hold the vapor, which it the rain The rain lands in many different places on earth This book was cute I like the way it took you through the water cycle with a rhyme I would use this book to help kids understand the water cycle It takes it down to younger kids levels.

    4. Twin text This book would be a great pairing with Watch over our Water by Lisa Bullard This book is full of wonderful illustrations and is written as a poem The book talks about the water cycle with rhyming The twin text book talks about keeping our water clean both work well together as one talks about how our water is around and has been around for thousands of years, keeping it clean is important to us and our future generations.

    5. I enjoyed the repetitive rhyme in this book.This book explains the rain cycle to children.Even though the text may get confusing this book is a great attempt at such a difficult subject for most little ones to grasp.This book is suited better for older readers but the pictures will hold a little one s attention.

    6. A classic moment of youth, retold via a wonderful relationship between a wise grandfather and a brave grandson With exquisitely beautiful artwork to boot This grandfather is a master at allowing his grandson to make the discoveries

    7. Great book for weather science Helps children to understand the water cycle Have children write about all the things they can do with water.RhymingSequencing the cycleInteresting pictures

    8. Genre Picture Book PoetryThis book is a good read for children trying to understand what weather is and how rain is formed

    9. This is a wonderful depiction of the water cycle and what happens to rain once it falls from the sky Children will enjoy these colorful illustrations.

    10. I m not a big fan of House that Jack Built sort of stories, and this is no exception And the art style, while creative, really didn t appeal to me at all.

    11. Pictures are abstractI like prettier pictures, but it has a good, rhyming way to tell the life cycle of water.

    12. Cute, colorful picture book about the water cycle Paints a good picture, due to great illustrations and even better text Good for really young kids such as kindergarten or first grade.

    13. I think this will be a great addition to my April Showers bring May Flowers storytime Bright illustrations with a basic explanation of the water cycle.

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