Hardback USD $16.99 CAD $21.99 Available
10.0 X 10.0 in 40 pg
5 - 8 ( Intrest Age ) K - 2 ( US School Grade Age ) 880L (Lexile Code)
A raindrop has billions of stories to tell. In fact, THIS raindrop has been here since time began!
This beautiful tale follows a raindrop’s journey on Earth; from the time of the dinosaurs to the creation of the earliest cities and beyond. It explains how Earth has depended on the same water supply throughout its existence by flowing and falling all around us, fueling and forming much of what we have seen and used for millions of years.
Featuring a beautiful arlin paper cover with foil text enhancements and educational back matter including an explanation of the water cycle, the importance of water conservation, and resources for further reading, this book introduces a new understanding of our planet and encourages mindfulness and action when it comes to caring for the environment.
In partnership with Trees for the Future (TREES), each book sold plants a tree.
"From cover-to-cover and everywhere in between, this book is extremely high quality—both in materials and content.” (Starred Review)—Youth Services Book Review - Youth Services Book Review
Linda Ragsdale wants everyone to be a dragon—a Peace Dragon, that is! As an award-winning author, illustrator, international speaker, and peace teacher, Linda developed her Peace Dragon Tales to help us harness our fiery and emotional energies and redirect them into peaceful and productive outcomes. Linda invites you to be a Peace Dragon ambassador and join the over 37,000 students from around the world by using a heart-centered View, Voice, and Choice to color our world with compassion. Find her personal story of choosing peace, along with some fun Peace Dragon extras at www.ThePeaceDragon.com.
Srimalie Bassani lives and works in Mantova, Italy. Her mother has always encouraged her artistic expression, and she is the inspiration for her passion. Her work is full of surprises. She always tries to diversify her style based on every story she illustrates. It's almost impossible to remove her from her writing desk, where she keeps a stack of books and teacups of many colors.