Illustrated by :Natasha Donovan
Imprint:Kids Can Press
Form detail:Printed dust jacket
Audience:Juvenile: Age (years) 8 - 12, Grade (US) 3 - 7, Reading age 8 - 12
Dimensions:9in x 11 x 0.55 in | 1.07 lb
Page Count:36 pages
Rochelle Strauss is an award-winning author of non-fiction children’s books, including the global bestseller, One Well: The Story of Water on Earth. Through her work, Rochelle combines her love of nature and passion for stories to teach children about the wonders of the natural world. She lives with her family in Toronto, Ontario.
Natasha Donovan is an award-winning illustrator originally from Vancouver, British Columbia. She is a member of the Métis Nation of British Columbia. Natasha now lives on a tiny farm along with several wonderful creatures — both of the human and the nonhuman variety — in Deming, Washington.
The facts are as dramatic as the threat of loss.—Booklist, Starred Review (Praise for One Well)
A timely exploration of the threats facing the world's oceans, this book will educate and inspire the next generation of environmental activists.—School Library Journal
This is seriously an incredible book that I think every educator should read ...—ETFO
One Well fills a huge void...This beautifully illustrated and superbly written book is exactly the tool needed to bring awareness of the life-giving importance of water to a whole new generation.—Maude Barlow, Chair, Council of Canadians, Author of Blue Gold (Praise for One Well)
... an engaging primer that encourages curiosity and promotes the importance of ocean stewardship.—Quill & Quire, starred review
This beautifully illustrated and wonderfully written book should be read and acted upon by every family member. I hope that it will be available in every school library in the world. The message it brings is critical to all humans and indeed all life on the planet.—Charles Hopkins, United Nations University Chair for Education for Sustainable Development, York Uni (Praise for One Well)
An extensive index ... that sets an empowering rather than despairing tone.—Publishers Weekly
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