Drip! Drop! by Barbara Seuling
How Water Gets to Your Tap

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews

See 1 Critic Review



Explains the water cycle and introduces experiments.

About Barbara Seuling

See more books from this Author
Barbara Seuling has written numerous books for children, including Winter Lullaby, which Booklist called a "beautifully delivered natural history lesson"; Oh No, It's Robert; The Teeny Tiny Woman; and a dozen "little-known" fact books, including You Can't Eat Peanuts in Church and Other Little-Known Laws. She divides her time between New York City and Landgrove, Vermont. Like the fantastic imagined landscapes she creates, Nancy Tobin has constructed her career in layers: varied but consistent in its commitment to form, technique and process. Her dedication to art-making started early, in a basement studio she created at age 10 in her parents' home in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Following the path open to the youngest child in a blue-collar family, she parlayed a degree in commercial art into a successful career as an award-winning graphic designer and childrenrsquo;s book illustrator. Tobin moved to San Francisco (where she studied painting at the San Francisco Art Institute), then relocated to the New York area in 2001. Since her move to the New York area, Nancy's painting career has taken flight. She has had solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums across the country, including: The Urban Institute for Contemporary Art in Michigan, Orange County Center for Contemporary art in California, Rutgers University and The Pierro Gallery in New Jersey. In 2007, Tobin won the Brodsky Center for Innovative Print and Papermaking fellowship at Rutgers University. Her work has been acquired by numerous private and museum collectors.
Published September 1, 2000 by Holiday House. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

Unrated Critic Reviews for Drip! Drop!

Kirkus Reviews

See more reviews from this publication

The illustrator follows the text, providing visual information while adding a dash of humor: sun heats the water and the water evaporates and travels as water vapor into the sky;

| Read Full Review of Drip! Drop!: How Water Gets t...

Rate this book!

Add Review