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Nature's Miracles: Once There Was a Raindrop
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How do raindrops fall from the clouds, disappear and then appear as clouds again? It’s one of nature’s miracles! This book tells you the life story of a raindrop, seen through the eyes of two busy kids and their dad. They learn how the rain forms in the sky, falls to the ground and then flows away into drains and streams. Finally, the raindrop ends up in the sea. Then the sun heats the water, and the raindrop rises up into the air as a vapour, only to eventually fall again as rain or snow…
- A cheerfully illustrated first look at the water cycle
- Supports the KS1 curriculum for science and geography
- Explores evaporation, condensation, drought and floods
- Includes suggestions for activities and experiments
- 32 pages
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