The Water Questions & Answers Book

Water and Our World Grades 7–8 Extension
Rated 4.9 out of 5


Rated 5 out of 5
September 24, 2020

This is a fantastic book that goes right along with the Water unit. It is full of interesting facts (the rubber ducks!) that reinforce and add interest to the lessons.

We spent a joyous two days reading through this book together and looking up videos of the relevant features (geysers, sinkholes, caves, icebergs, etc.).

This book added a lot to our Water unit study and I would highly recommend it if you’re on the fence about buying it. Both of my children are younger than the target age and it was not too difficult for them to understand and enjoy.


Fun Facts

Rated 4 out of 5
September 23, 2020

Lots of fun facts, with some interesting questions that I never would have even thought to ask. Great accompaniment to the Water unit. It feels like a lot of information take in at one time, so we enjoy reading 2-3 questions a day, instead of all in one sitting.

Lezlie-Anne I

Great Reference Guide

Rated 5 out of 5
September 22, 2020

This is a thorough and in depth reference guide all about water. We love the question and answer approach that this book takes. The information is presented in an easy to understand and interesting way, and the pictures are stunning!

Laura F


Rated 5 out of 5
September 19, 2020

The Questions and Answers books in the library are a wonderful resource. The Water Questions and Answers book is a beautiful picture book for all ages. Younger children can look at the pictures and illustrations and older children can read all about different aspects of water.

Linda L
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Picture and Reference Book

Is a one-foot-tall tsunami a cause for concern? Are there freshwater springs in the ocean? What do growlers and bergy bits have in common? With topics ranging from shipwrecks on the seafloor to the polar ice caps, this beautifully designed book highlights the wonder of water, our most valuable resource.

36 pages, full-color, 8.5×5.5, written by Anthony Klemm

This book is suggested to accompany our Water and Our World science unit as extra reading for students in Grades 7-8.

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