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Print resources for ACS Chemists Celebrate Earth Day 2008: Streaming Chemistry.


This is a collection of print resources. A separate collection of Online Resources is also available.

Key: Pre-K=Pre-Kindergarten, E=Elementary (K-5), I=Intermediate (6-8), HS=High School (9-12), C=College, G=General Public

All About the Water Cycle. Wynnewood, Pa.: Schlessinger Media, 2005. Video. (E)
Levine, Shar, et al. Bathtub Science. New York: Sterling Pub. Co, 2000. (E)
Dennis, Jerry, and Glenn Wolff. The Bird in the Waterfall: A Natural History of Oceans, Rivers and Lakes. New York: HarperCollins, 1996. (HS, G)
Farndon, John. Buoyancy (Science Experiments). Tarrytown, N.Y.: Benchmark Books, 2003. (I)
Kegley, Susan E., and Joy Andrews. The Chemistry of Water. Sausalito, Ca.: University Science Books, 1998. (HS, G)
Wells, Robert E. Did a Dinosaur Drink This Water? Morton Grove, Ill.: A. Whitman, 2006. (E)
Time-Life for Children. Do Fish Drink? First Questions and Answers About Water (Library of First Questions and Answers). Alexandria, Va.: Time-Life for Children, 1993. (Pre-K, E)
McKinney, Barbara Shaw, and Michael S. Maydak. A Drop around the World. Nevada City, Ca.: Dawn Publications, 1998. (E)
A companion teacher’s guide by Bruce Malnor is available for this title.
Hooper, Meredith, and Christopher Coady. The Drop in My Drink: The Story of Water on Our Planet. New York: Viking, 1998. (I)
Morrison, Gordon. A Drop of Water. Boston, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin, 2006. (E)
Wick, Walter. A Drop of Water: A Book of Science and Wonder. New York: Scholastic, 1997. (E)
Dorros, Arthur. Follow the Water from Brook to Ocean (Let’s-Read-and-Find-out Science Book). New York: HarperCollins, 1991 (E)
Mezzanotte, Jim. How Water Changes (States of Matter). Milwaukee, Wisc.: Weekly Reader Early Learning Lib, 2007. (E)
Marzollo, Jean, and Judith Moffatt. I Am Water (Hello Science Reader!). New York: Scholastic, 1996. (E)
Cobb, Vicki, and Julia Gorton. I Get Wet. New York: HarperCollins, 2002. (Pre-K, E)
Fowler, Allan. It Could Still Be Water (Rookie Read-About Science). Chicago: Childrens Press, 1992. (Pre-K, E)
Nadeau, Isaac. Learning About the Water Cycle with Graphic Organizers (Graphic Organizers in Science). New York: PowerKids Press, 2005. (E)
Ball, Philip. Life’s Matrix: A Biography of Water. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001. (HS, G)
Bastien, Charles E., et al. The Magic School Bus Catches a Wave. Warner Home Video distributor, Burbank, CA, 2005. Video. (E)
Gardner, Robert. Melting, Freezing, and Boiling Science Projects with Matter (Fantastic Physical Science Experiments). Berkeley Heights, N.J.: Enslow Elementary, 2006. (E)
Harrison, David L. Rivers: Nature’s Wondrous Waterways (Earthworks). Honesdale, Pa.: Boyds Mills Press, 2002. (E)
Bryan, Virginia, Allen Burbank, and Jack Ballinger. Rivers: Curriculum Guide. Chemistry. Parsippany, N.J.: Dale Seymour Pub, 1995. (HS, G)
Parker, Steve. The Science of Water: Projects and Experiments with Water Science and Power (Tabletop Scientist). Chicago: Heinemann Library, 2005. (E, I)
Cobb, Vicki, and Steve Haefele. Squirts & Spurts: Science Fun with Water. Brookfield, Ct.: Millbrook Press, 2000. (E, I)
Sobey, Edwin J. C., and Bill Burg. Wacky Water Fun with Science: Science You Can Float, Sink, Squirt, and Sail. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2000. (E)
Allen, Martin. Water (Walch Hands-on Science Series). Portland, Me.: J. Weston Walch, 1998. (I)
Robbins, Ken. Water (The Elements). New York: Holt, 1994. (E)
Taylor, Kim. Water (Flying Start Science). New York: J. Wiley, 1992. (Pre-K, E)
Nichols, Catherine. Water All Around (We Can Read About Nature!). New York: Benchmark Books, 2002. (E)
Evans, David, and Claudette Williams. Water & Floating (Let’s Explore Science; no. 8). London; New York; Boston: Dorling Kindersley, 1993. (E, I)
Ward, Alan. Water and Floating (Project Science). New York: F. Watts, 1992. (E)
Mebane, Robert C., Thomas R. Rybolt, and Anni Matsick. Water & Other Liquids (Everyday Material Science Experiments). New York: Twenty-first Century Books, 1995. (I)
Frost, Helen. Water as a Solid / Water as a Liquid / Water as a Gas / The Water Cycle (Water Series). Mankato, Minn.: Pebble Books, 2000. (E)
This series also available in Spanish — El agua como un sólido / El agua como un líquido / El agua como un gas / El ciclo del agua
Olien, Rebecca. The Water Cycle (First Facts. Water All Around). Mankato, Minn.: Capstone Press, 2005. (E)
Nye, B., Erren Gottlieb, and James McKenna. Water Cycle. Elk Grove Village, Ill.:Disney Educational Productions, 2005. Video. (E, I)
Gallant, Roy A. Water: Our Precious Resource (Earthworks Series). New York: Benchmark Books, 2003. (I)
Goodstein, Madeline P. Water Science Fair Projects: Using Ice Cubes, Super Soakers, and Other Wet Stuff (Chemistry! Best Science Projects). Berkeley Heights, N.J.: Enslow Publishers, 2004. (I, HS)
Greenfield, Eloise, and Jan Spivey Gilchrist. Water, Water. New York: HarperFestival, 1999. (Pre-K)
Rauzon, Mark J., and Cynthia Overbeck Bix. Water, Water Everywhere. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books for Children, 1994. (E)
Berger, Melvin, Gilda Berger, and Bobbi Tull. Water, Water Everywhere: A Book About the Water Cycle (Discovery Readers). Nashville, Tenn.: Ideals Children’s Books, 1995. (E)
Arato, Rona. World of Water: Essential to Life (Rocks, Minerals, and Resources). New York: Crabtree Pub. Co, 2005. (E)