Where Did All the Water Go? by Carolyn Stearns
  

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Where Did All the Water Go? by Carolyn Stearns

I live on the western shore next to the Chesapeake Bay. One morning, all I could see was mud! Where did all the water go? I asked my parents. They said not to worry, the water would be back. But that didnt keep me from worrying. I worried about all the people on the Eastern Shore being flooded. I worried and I worried. When I came home from school that day...The answer to this childs puzzlement is contained in this charming story about a natural phenomenon that occurs on the bay. Early Readers: Ages 5-8.

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Format

Hardback
30 pages

Author

Carolyn Stearns
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Publication date

31st December 2009

ISBN

9780870335068


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