Discover where our tap water comes from and how can we conserve our most precious resource. Mr. Turtle conducts a lively tour of the water cycle that features 30 illustrations to color. The drawings and captions explain every step of the process, from the accumulation of rain and snow in reservoirs t... read more
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Discover where our tap water comes from and how can we conserve our most precious resource. Mr. Turtle conducts a lively tour of the water cycle that features 30 illustrations to color. The drawings and captions explain every step of the process, from the accumulation of rain and snow in reservoirs to the evaporation of oceans, the formation of vapor, and other fascinating facets of water ecology.
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