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USD $12.99
CAD $16.99
Flowerpot Press
7.5 X 9.5 in
36 pg

5 - 8 (Interest age, years)

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Drip the Raindrop is always nonstop! Come along with Drip as he goes on his continuous journey through the water cycle. Readers will love following Drip and discovering how he changes as he goes from his home in a puddle on the ground to being evaporated into a cloud and continues through his transformations with his water droplet friends. Each step of Drip's journey is illustrated to help readers understand the process and visually engage with each stage of the cycle.

Featuring a beautiful arlin paper cover with foil text enhancements and educational back matter including a glossary and fully illustrated water cycle, this book introduces a new understanding of how water moves and changes and helps develop an understanding of one of our planet's most constant cycles.

In partnership with Trees for the Future (TREES) whos’ mission is to end hunger and poverty by training farmers to regenerate their land.  Trees for the Future is funded by incredible individuals, brand partners, foundations, and philanthropic partners dedicated to a more sustainable future for our planet and people.  With every purchase of this book a donation is made to plant a tree!

Charlie Astrella Cara Moyers
Author Bio

Charlie Astrella graduated from the University of Teesside with a First Class Honors Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer Animation. He now works in 3D modeling, animation, and 2D illustration to create works of art he is proud of. He has experience in advertising, product design, video games, and children’s books.

Cara Moyers is a college student who loves literature, environmental science, poetry, and plants. She is eighteen years old and has been writing stories since kindergarten. She also enjoys traveling, going on adventures, and making new friends. Drip the Raindrop was inspired by one of her favorite things—a rainy day walk with her family and is her first published book.