A breathtaking picture book about the water cycle from Kate Greenaway Medal winner Grahame Baker-Smith
Issac plays in his favorite pool on the mountainside. As rain starts to fall, he empties his little jar of water into the pool and races the sparkling streams as they tumble over waterfalls, rush through swollen rivers, and burst out into the vast open sea. Where will my little jar of water go now? Issac wonders. From the tiniest raindrop to the deepest ocean, this breathtaking celebration of the water cycle captures the remarkable movement of water across the earth in all its majesty.
About the Author
Grahame Baker-Smith has worked in illustration for twenty years. In 2011 he won the Kate Greenaway Medal for his inspiring tale of fatherhood, FArTHER. He has also illustrated Pinocchio for the Folio Society.
A small boy imagines the travels of water from a jar through steps of the water cycle and around the world...The art is lovely.
A perfect harmony of lyrical language and landscapes of greens and blues, Baker-Smith’s book sets a tone of wonder and magic in nature.
—The Guardian (U.K.)
Stunning full-bleed digital illustrations depict the story of water and its cycles...A lovely and accessible look at the water cycle and the forces of nature that support and perpetuate life on the planet.
—School Library Journal