Item description for A Drop of Water (Hardcover) by Walter Wick...
Overview Filled with stop-action and close-up photography, an early scientific book features such images as a single snowflake and a falling drop of water, accompanied by introductions to such concepts as evaporation and condensation.
Awards and Recognitions A Drop of Water (Hardcover) by Walter Wick has received the following awards and recognitions -
Boston Globe-Horn Book Awards - 1997 Winner - Nonfiction category
Citations And Professional Reviews A Drop of Water (Hardcover) by Walter Wick has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/2010 page 313
Kirkus Review - Children - 01/15/1997 page 147
Booklist - 02/01/1997 page 940
New York Times - 05/18/1997 page 27
School Library Journal - 03/01/1997 page 210
Hornbook Guide to Children - 01/01/1997 page 342
Booklist Ed Choice Youth - 01/01/1998 page 735
ALA Notable Childrens Books - 01/01/1998 page 1219
Wilson Children's Catalog 96 - 01/01/1998 page 21
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/2001 page 179
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/2006 page 225
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Studio: Scholastic Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.3" Width: 9.2" Height: 0.4" Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Release Date Jun 23, 2010
Publisher Scholastic Press
ISBN 0590221973 ISBN13 9780590221979
Availability 64 units. Availability accurate as of Sep 21, 2017 06:41.
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More About Walter Wick
Walter Wick is the photographer of the bestselling I Spy series as well as the author and photographer of the bestselling Can You See What I See? series. He lives with his wife, Linda, in Miami Beach, Florida.
Reviews - What do customers think about A Drop Of Water?
Just so wonderful! May 25, 2008
If you have a budding young scientist in your circle, I strongly urge you to purchase A Drop Of Water as an inspiration to further learning in the arts and sciences. Walter Wick is an amazing talent, and all his books are worth your time and money.
The beauty of the photography is a wonder to behold.
Very highly recommended. You'll keep this book forever.
A perfect science picture book Mar 27, 2006
Beautiful pictures and a wide variety of science related to water is illustrated. A thoughtful teacher grades 3-8 could easily construct a full science unit from this well constructed picture book.
Photographic wonder Dec 18, 2004
This book is a must have for any school library or homeschool science collection. Wick is perhaps best known for his "I Spy" books but here he is demonstrating his incredible talent with a science subject. He captures the essence of a water drop, the nature of steam, the momentary existence of a soap bubble and a snowflake in exquisite beauty. He shows us what our own eyes cannot fathom. Use this book to teach and learn about the water cycle, states of matter or art appreciation. The book pairs wonderfully with "Snowflake Bentley" by Jacqueline Briggs Martin.
Really Descriptive Nov 30, 2003
This helped me alot while performing my science project. It's cool to everyone I know no matter what their age was...
Excellent read-along for Classical Homeschoolers Aug 25, 2002
I am doing 3rd grade chemistry based on the Well-Trained Mind. This read-along was excellent for our chemistry experiments on molecules, and I look forward to using it several times with the other topics it presents. The photos are absolutely stunning. Even though the reading level is higher than 3rd grade, the focus is on the photos - and they do a wonderful job of rounding out the student's grasp of the concepts. My husband and I both learned something new, and even the 6 and 3-year-olds are pointing out condensation and water vapor along with their third-grade brother.
Included in the back are suggested experiments for those who do nature study along the lines of Charlotte Mason's theories. Definitely a keeper.