When was the last time you thanked water?
- We are made up of 70% water, without it we die.
- Plants need water to live too. Without plants, we would have no food, polluted air and dirty water to drink.
- Water is home to a lot of animals, like fish and mosquito-eating dragonflies.
- We use water to bathe ourselves so that we can stay clean and healthy.
- Rain cools down hot summer days.
- Splash pads, pools and beaches wouldn't be as fun without water!
Learn more about water and why it is so important with this vibrant National Geographic book that is full of bright photographs. Recommended for grades 2 and up.
Tate suddenly posseses wild magic powers after she tumbles into a well. She also becomes weirdly attracted to water, and her family is working double time to tame her powers! Recommended for grades 2 and up.
This beautiful book tells the story of a young girl and her grandmother (Nokomis) walking to raise awareness about water (nibi) and the need to protect it. Such love for nibi will inspire young readers to do their part to protect water. Recommended for grades 1 and up.
Fans of the popular Hardy Boys will appreciate this title of the mystery series. The boys are off on a fun-filled trip but someone is trying to ruin it all...can the Hardy Boys crack the case and find the culprit? Recommended for grades 3 and up.
So what do you think about water?
The Environmentalist in Residence workshops and the Our Fragile Planet program series are generously supported by the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation.opens a new window