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Reviewed by Philip Van Heusen for Readers' Favorite
Water plays such an important role in sustaining life that we need to teach our children as much as we can about the water cycle and how to conserve water. Adele Lamothe understands how vital this information is and wrote a fun little book called Two Little Raindrops: A Fun Adventure Inspired by Nature. The two raindrops are Splish and Splash who travel the fascinating journey through the water cycle and invite all children to join them in their fun. Starting in the clouds, Splish and Splash fall to the ground as rain. They miss their family and friends in the clouds but how will they ever get back up into the clouds? Read this book and find out how they return to their place in the sky.
Adele Lamothe makes science fun in Two Little Raindrops, a rhyming, picture book for children ages 3 through 8. I think even older children will enjoy this book. The science of the water cycle is first told in easy-to-understand words and then shown in an understandable diagram. Children will enjoy reading and learning about how nature keeps the earth watered and the important role that they play in protecting the environment. Adele hopes this book will bring a new outlook on weather to your children. This book is an excellent introduction to one of the most vital cycles in nature. Use this book to launch a discussion with your children about the various types of precipitation and how rain helps keep plants alive. As a former science teacher, I highly recommend this book for all children.