The Water Cycle
by Chris Oxlade, Anita Ganeri
Pub Date 17 Sep 2019
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With the Geo Detectives series, join two young detectives, Ava and George, in a hands-on exploration of the natural world. Learn about exciting geography topics, then investigate further with fun activities and projects to do at home and outside.
Where does rain come from? What happens during the water cycle? How can we predict the weather? Discover what incredible things happen in nature and use your own skills to find out why! Get answers about:Clouds by making your own mini cloud inside a jarHow to measure rainfall by creating your own rain gauge with things from around the houseHow water shapes the land by making a model riverHydropower by using CDs and other everyday items to make a water wheelAnd much more!Encouraging young readers to investigate geography topics and to have fun while learning, this book will amaze and astound any reader with an interest in science and nature.
Campaign Focus: Explore, create and investigate with Geo Detectives! Get hands-on and understand the amazing natural world, with fun activities and projects to do at home. Use your detective skills to find out all about the nature around you!
Key Selling Points: Activities and projects to help readers understand key geography topics. Fun detective characters guide the reader through the topic of volcanoes and earthquakes / the water cycle Covers key geography curriculum topics
Publicity: Pitch to nature and science outlets Pitch to American Geosciences Institute for inclusion in online resources during Earth Science Week
Trade & Consumer: Social media: tee up for World Water Day (March 2020) Social media: tee up for Earth Science Week (October 2019) Giveaway of the pair of books via social media during Earth Science Week (October 2019)
School Library: Select mailing to education/librarian contacts Promote at School & Library shows Submit for all eligible awards Activity kit (combo, submit to Earth Science Week classroom activities page)