Thursday, 8 October 2015

Book Review : A World Without Water by Christopher Holley

* A copy was given to me by the author *

Author         : Christopher Holley
Genre          : Children's Book
Date Published : March 12th 2015
Edition        : eBook
Rating         : 4/5

A World Without Water is an illustrated story-poem for young readers that illuminates how we can all help solve today's growing water crisis. Get washed away on this fanciful journey to a time and place in which the water has run out and see what can be done to conserve our most precious resource.

Teaching children to value, respect and above all, not waste water is an important lesson that should be thought from early age. This book can be use for lessons and it is a great introduction to the need for water conversation. The illustrations make it fun to read!

Kids need to learn about water conversation, preferably along with the environmental implications. Now you have a choice. You can go out and buy some dull boring textbooks guaranteeing your child fall to sleep before they reach page 2 or you can buy this book.

What I appreciated so much about A World Without Water was that while the environmental message is there it's introduced naturally into the text. The book shows the importance of water, but it does so in a fun artistic way.

If you are looking to give a gift to a child but you want to hand them something informative, give this book a shot!