Published August 2000
by Writers Club Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
Walter the Raindrop by Linda Seebeth is a page-long children's picture book about a single raindrop who falls to earth for the first time. As he falls, the little raindrop observes the world around him. But in doing so, he begins to compare himself--a single raindrop--with all the wondrous things around him, and of course with unsatisfying 5/5(7). The Little Raindrop is a story about the cyclical nature of water as told through the story of a single raindrop. He starts in a cloud, then goes through the rainbow, into a stream, out in the ocean and eventually evaporates through the rainbow to begin his journey again.4/5. The Falling Raindrop by Neil Johnson was Harriet's library choice when she was learning about weather at her preschool. The cover features an inviting, minimalist sketch of an anthropomorphized raindrop streaking downwards on a diagonal. Most of the book is just that, the single raindrop falling and thinking about things on the way down.4/5. Once Upon a Raindrop James Carter and Nomoco Caterpillar Books. With his opening lines, ‘Do you know why the Moon’s so dry / and yet our world is wet?’ poet, James Carter invites readers to dive into a watery world of oceans, rivers, streams, snow and ice, clouds and steam.
Wonderful book about a little raindrop that lives through the water cycle, introducing young kids to biological systems. It is definitely made with older children in mind but our 8 month old really likes it when I read this book to her - she seems to like the drawings since she also enjoys the little acorn book from the same s: A Single Raindrop. Beauty lies in the smallest movement of a single particle. This piece follows a single raindrop as it hits the ground, separate, and falls to the ground again. I . The idea of this book is terrific - to show the water cycle of Earth, through the travels of a cute, little raindrop. Unfortunately, the book really fails overall though. The raindrop itself and the few animals in the backgrounds of the pictures are cute. But the pictures overall are bland and so is the s: A Raindrop’s Story Describe the path of a single raindrop through the water cycle. Be sure to include the following terms in your description: evaporation, transpiration, condensation, precipitation, surface run-off, infiltration, and groundwater.
The Life Of A Raindrop Glaudia Gulino, Grade 8, St Joseph's School Short Story One warm, autumn morning I awoke to find myself lying on a big, green gum leaf in the middle of a forest. The sun was shining down on me warmly like a big glowing light bulb and the wind blew calmly creating a . First one raindrop, two raindrops, three raindrops, four- From out of the cloud came a heavy downpour. “Hey this is fun, I don’t want it to end!” Said a raindrop as he fell to the ground with his friends. So the raindrops decided to travel the land, Trickling into the Rio Grande. “BRRR!” said a . NCERT Books Set for Class 1 (English Medium) (3 Books - SchoolWaale Binded Books) out of 5 stars Paperback. ,00 ₹ Reviews: 9. My LIfe As A Raindrop Simon O'Neil, Grade 6, Clifton Springs Primary School Short Story "Okay, this is weird," I thought. The sky was rumbling and my friends were falling from the clouds. I am a rain drop and something strange was going on. Suddenly the cloud supporting me dissipated. “Uh-oh!” was the only thing I had time to say.