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About the Author: Melissa Stewart

Melissa Stewart is the award winning author ofthan 180 science and nature books for children She offers a wide range of programs for schools, libraries, nature centers, and conferences www.melissa stewart.com



10 thoughts on “Droughts

  1. Peacegal Peacegal says:

    3.5 stars This is a nicely presented science book that capably explains the concept of droughts to a grade school age audience The illustrations are surprisingly pretty and well done it seems that artwork quality often takes a backseat in other juvenile nonfiction books.Science experiments are presented in sidebars, which would make DROUGHTS especially suitable as a classroom resource The importance of planning ahead for drought conditions, as well as not wasting water resources, are empha 3.5 stars This is a nicely presented science book that capably explains the concept of droughts to a grade school age audience The illustrations are surprisingly pretty and well done it seems that artwork quality often takes a backseat in other juvenile nonfiction books.Science experiments are presented in sidebars, which would make DROUGHTS especially suitable as a classroom resource The importance of planning ahead for drought conditions, as well as not wasting water resources, are emphasized throughout the text However, I m docking this otherwise excellent book half a star for the lapse in judgement displayed on its final page The text reads, if we use water wisely, droughts will cause fewer problems in the future, as a family is shown sitting around a dinner table Our attention is supposed to be drawn to the covered up, unfilled pool in their backyard However, what immediately caught my eye was that each family member had a sizable piece of meat on his or her plate The livestock industry is an incredible user of water, at levels that put individuals showers and backyard pools to shame If we really care about reducing water waste and the effects of droughts, we need to look at our plates, too Nowhere among the water saving tips are food choices mentioned, however

  2. Gary Anderson Gary Anderson says:

    Droughts is a useful science book in the Let s Read and Find Out series Melissa Sweet s primary narrative text explains the science behind droughts in clear, straightforward language The human touch comes through the warm Andre Ceolin illustrations showing children and adults dealing with various stages of drought, as well as taking steps to conserve water The vocabulary and syntax in the sidebars and back matter is slightlycomplex than the rest This is fine because adults areDroughts is a useful science book in the Let s Read and Find Out series Melissa Sweet s primary narrative text explains the science behind droughts in clear, straightforward language The human touch comes through the warm Andre Ceolin illustrations showing children and adults dealing with various stages of drought, as well as taking steps to conserve water The vocabulary and syntax in the sidebars and back matter is slightlycomplex than the rest This is fine because adults arelikely to be involved in the experiments and explanations described in those sections Sweet and Ceolin s book isfriendly than flashy as it makes accessible the science behind droughts

  3. Becky B Becky B says:

    This nonfiction picture book explains what droughts are, why they happen, how to preserve water, and includes some related, easy experiments activities that kids can do.A concise and informative read that does a great job of breaking down the science of why droughts happen and clarifying what a drought is It also does a good job of explaining why things like watering gardens or washing cars may be discouraged during a drought There s a very eye opening activity towards the beginning of the bo This nonfiction picture book explains what droughts are, why they happen, how to preserve water, and includes some related, easy experiments activities that kids can do.A concise and informative read that does a great job of breaking down the science of why droughts happen and clarifying what a drought is It also does a good job of explaining why things like watering gardens or washing cars may be discouraged during a drought There s a very eye opening activity towards the beginning of the book you can do to demonstrate how precious drinkable water is in the world There are some very easy suggestions of how to preserve water shared in the back of the book I love the illustration style You wouldn t think a book about droughts would be beautiful to look at, but the illustrations in here are amazing Highly recommended for kids in areas facing a drought, studying the water cycle, or who hear about droughts in the news

  4. Lynn Lynn says:

    Very well written and perfect for a young reader Text is simple and concepts are explained in very understandable ways I especially like the easy to do experiments that provide excellent support to the ideas It isn t easy to write science nonfiction for younger readers and this one is clear and accurate while also being appealing and interesting too.Glossary, activities and a suggested online resource are included as back matter.A perfect book for the classroom or for a science minded child t Very well written and perfect for a young reader Text is simple and concepts are explained in very understandable ways I especially like the easy to do experiments that provide excellent support to the ideas It isn t easy to write science nonfiction for younger readers and this one is clear and accurate while also being appealing and interesting too.Glossary, activities and a suggested online resource are included as back matter.A perfect book for the classroom or for a science minded child to read on his her own

  5. Donna Merritt Donna Merritt says:

    I m a fan of Melissa Stewart s science books and this one is no exception, especially when paired with Andre Ceolin s beautiful art It explains droughts in simple language and offers ways that people even kids can help conserve water I talk about the world s water supply in my own Water Cycle book, but I was blown away by the way she demonstrated how much freshwater is actually on earth and why we need to protect our drinking water I think we need some of our world leaders to read that page I m a fan of Melissa Stewart s science books and this one is no exception, especially when paired with Andre Ceolin s beautiful art It explains droughts in simple language and offers ways that people even kids can help conserve water I talk about the world s water supply in my own Water Cycle book, but I was blown away by the way she demonstrated how much freshwater is actually on earth and why we need to protect our drinking water I think we need some of our world leaders to read that page Excellent elementary school choice for both home and school

  6. Jana Jana says:

    Although this nonfiction picture book was written about a dry topic , the text is engaging and easy for kids to understand and the illustrations are gorgeous The information in this book explains the water cycle and how lack of rain affects the environment The diagrams and step by step experiments kids can perform make this an awesome nonfiction resource for any bookshelf

  7. Michele Knott Michele Knott says:

    Worked as a perfect read aloud to explain to students what is happening outside of the classroom right now Love the extra features to help readers dig into hands on experiences to understand what a drought is.

  8. Katie Katie says:

    Prose Informational Text

  9. Laura Salas Laura Salas says:

    Excellent resource explaining the effects of droughts and why we need to protect the earth s water

  10. Alyson (Kid Lit Frenzy) Alyson (Kid Lit Frenzy) says:

    Love the new look to this series and enjoyed Stewart s explanation of droughts and the activities for students to try.

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