Faucet, well, raincloud, sea … from each of these comes water.
But where does water go? To find out, honey, turn the page, dive in with tongue or toes, with eyes and ears and nose— and wonder at the flow of this great world’s life story.
N- If all the water in the world is all the water in the world how does it move, rain, and form new lakes?
NE- An extremely simple sentence that hooks you in: All the water in the world is all the water in the world.
E: Every where that you will find water- from a hose, to clouds, running down mountains, to the ocean.
SE: Water is precious, vital, clear. You can taste it, don't waste it.
S: Not listed but common information.
SW: flow, wobble, meander, guzzle, cascade-- all the movements of water.
W: Written for a very young audience, this book in a lyrical fashion makes young humans understand the importance of water conservation.
NW: We may want long showers, find it easy to toss trash, but the bottom line is that we NEED water to survive and thrive in the world.
There are many books on the market about the cycle of water, although this one hits the strongest nail on the realization that water is not finite. But, over all the rhythm of this book did not appeal to me nor did the chaotic layout of text and imagery. For appealing to a younger audience, I found the words to be extremely young but the images to be not as engaging for an equally young child.