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When you are thirsty, you drink water. When you take a bath, you use water. When you want a plant to grow, you water it...Water is an indispensable resource to all living things.

Water occupies 71% of the Earth's surface and yet we are depleting this resource at an unsustainable rate.

Understanding the water cycle and what each individual can do to preserve it, is the first step to becoming water smart!

LDF Notes: This collection is designed to inform young readers about a specific topic taking a very practical approach. Readers are shown how they can have a direct impact by proposing concrete everyday behavior changes.


Lorsque tu as soif, tu bois de l'eau, lorsque tu te laves, tu utilises de l'eau, lorsque tu veux faire vivre une plante, tu l'arroses... L'eau est indispensable à la vie et nous en consommons tous les jours. Elle a beau représenter 71 % de la surface de la planète, les ressources s'épuisent, et à ce rythme, notre planète bleue aura bientôt soif. Comprendre le cycle de l'eau et apprendre à consommer sans mettre en péril l'environnement, c'est apporter ta goutte d'eau à la protection de la planète.

Notes LDF: Cette collection se place du coté de l'action! Découvre, comprends, expérimente et apprends les gestes simples qui protègeront la planète.


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Author: Michele Mira Pons
Editor: Milan
Collection: Agir pour ma Planete

Description: Soft Cover - 32 pages - 6 x 8 in.

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