Brantley, Franklyn M.
Down Comes the Rain
. New York: Harper Trophy Books, 1997.
This book is part of the
Let’s-Read-and-Find-out Science Stage 2
. This book describes the water cycle in language appropriate for 2ndand 3rd graders.
Cast, C. Vance.
Where Does Pollution Come From?
Hauppauge, New York: Barron’s Educational Series, Inc., 1994. The book uses the character of Clever Calvin who describes different kinds of pollution from solid waste, acid rain to noise and air pollution. There is a glossary and experiment included.
A River Ran Wild
. New York: Voyager Books – Harcourt, Inc., 1992. An environmental history of the Nashua River, from its discovery by Indians through the polluting years of the Industrial Revolution to the ambitious cleanup that revitalized it.
The Drop in My Drink: the Story of Water on Our Planet
. New York: Viking Children’s Books, 1998.
. New York: Voyager Books: Reprinted Edition, 2002.
McKinney, Barbara Shaw.
A Drop Around the World
. New York: Dawn Publishers, 1998.
Manning, Mick and Brita Granstrom.
Splish Splash Slosh! A book about Water
. New York: Franklin Watts, 1997. Illustrations and simple text discuss water, where it comes from and how it is treated so that we can use it for drinking, washing, and playing.