Water’s Children: Celebrating the Resource That Unites Us All – Angele Delaunois, illustrated by Gerard Frischeteau


71xl0vbeqwl    Water’s Children: Celebrating the Resource That Unites Us All – Angele Delaunois, illustrated by Gerard Frischeteau, translated by Erin Woods, pajama press, (9781772780154), 2017

Format: Paperback ARC

Rating: 1-5 (5 is an excellent or a Starred review) 4

Genre: Picture book

What did you like about the book? Water is essential to life. This book travels around the world illustrating the different uses of water: bathing, drinking swimming, watering the plants. Sometimes it appears as snow or frost or ice. Water is the ocean where there is so much life, above which gulls soar. Water is essential to life – around the world beautifully illustrated here by Gerard Frischeteau.

Anything you did not like about this book? No.

To whom would you recommend this book? This book would work well as a storytime for kindergarteners through 2nd grade followed by discussion. It could be used as a stepping-off point for essays.

Who should buy this book? Public libraries and elementary schools.

Where would you shelve it? Picture books

Should we (librarians) put this on the top of our “to read” piles?

Reviewer’s Name, Library (or school), City: Katrina Yurenka, Moderator, Youth Services Book Review

Date of review: 2/28/2017

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