STEM Friday

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Books

Water’s Children

Water’s Children: Celebrating the Resource That Unites Us All
by Angèle Delaunois (Author), Gérard Frischeteau (Illustrator), and Erin Woods (Translator)

Booktalk: Around the world, water appears in many forms: a snowflake, an oasis, the stream from a faucet, monsoon rain. Twelve young people describe what water means to them and their descriptions are as varied as the landscapes the speakers inhabit. Each of them also expresses, in their own language, a universal truth: Water is life.

If you look carefuly and you can see the words, “Water is life” in the child’s native language in the art on each page spread.

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Author: Anastasia Suen

From her studio in Northern California, developmental editor Anastasia Suen reads, writes, and edits books for creators of all ages.

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