Water Resources

Did you know that February 2nd is World Wetlands Day, followed by World Water Day on March 22nd? Our team at Natural Curiosity has gathered some resources to…
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In 2003, Josephine Mandamin, Anishinaabe Elder and Water Walker, began walking around the Great Lakes to raise awareness about water pollution. Art, Fictional Characters, Josephine, World Water Day, World Wetlands Day, Water Pollution, Walker, Water Walker, Water Resources
The Anishinaabe woman who walked for water rights
In 2003, Josephine Mandamin, Anishinaabe Elder and Water Walker, began walking around the Great Lakes to raise awareness about water pollution.
This summer, discover eight short films that celebrate the ecological riches of Quebec’s Lake Saint-François National Wildlife Area. Taken from … Nature, Summer, Water, Dundee, Lake, Wetland, Quebec
Tales of the Dundee Wetlands (Ages 9-11)
This summer, discover eight short films that celebrate the ecological riches of Quebec’s Lake Saint-François National Wildlife Area. Taken from …
Carole Lindstrom Michaela Goade Rom, Libri, Beatrix Potter, Tribute, Lindstrom, Carole, Kinder, Libros, Caldecott Medal
We Are Water Protectors
Carole Lindstrom Michaela Goade
Written by Caroline Starr Rose and illustrated by Rob Dunlavey Book Covers, Literature, Book Clubs, Book Club, Author, Book Finder, Book Awards, Picture Book
Over in the Wetlands: A Hurricane-on-the-Bayou Story
Written by Caroline Starr Rose and illustrated by Rob Dunlavey
Illustrators, Pond Life, Pond, Pond Animals, Alive, Children’s Books, Children's Literature
Over and Under the Pond
Written by Harron Hall and illustrated by Ron Hall Books, English, Goes, Amusing, Interactive Stories, Underwater Creatures, Underwater, Osoyoos
kəxntim sʕanixʷ k̕əl nixʷtitkʷ acxʷəl̕xʷalt / We Go With Muskrat to Those Living
Written by Harron Hall and illustrated by Ron Hall
Quotes, Livros, Stories For Kids, Favorite Books, Core
Beyond the Pond
Written by Andrea Curtis and illustrated by Katy Dockrill Apps, Climate Change, Reading City, City, Watersheds, Discover, Vast, School Library
City of Water
Written by Andrea Curtis and illustrated by Katy Dockrill
Written by by Sally Bolger and illustrated by Regina Shklovsky Mud, People In Need, Good Books, Tales, Helping Kids, Earth Book, Natural World
Fun in the Mud: A Wetlands Tale
Written by by Sally Bolger and illustrated by Regina Shklovsky
Written and illustrated by Joanne Robertson, translated by Shirley Williams and Isadore Toulouse New Books, History Books, Indigenous Peoples, Shirley Williams, Nokomis, Who Is My Neighbor, Canadian History
Nibi Emosaawdang / The Water Walker
Written and illustrated by Joanne Robertson, translated by Shirley Williams and Isadore Toulouse
Written by Geraldo Valério Design, Posters, Juvenile Fiction, Beautiful Landscapes, Birds Flying Away, Vivid Imagery, Natural Curiosities
At the Pond
Written by Geraldo Valério
Written by Betsy Franco, illustrated by Stefano Vitale Polka Dots, Dots, Circle Of Life, Circle, Counting Activities, Growing, Dots Art
Pond Circle
Written by Betsy Franco, illustrated by Stefano Vitale
Written by James Gladstone and illustrated by Karen Reczuch Public Garden, Ecology, Reading, Gladstone, Turtle Pond, Turtle, Red Eared Slider, Gibbon
Turtle Pond
Written by James Gladstone and illustrated by Karen Reczuch
Written and illustrated by Werner Zimmermann Explore Nature, Books To Read, Day Book, Literary, Water Day
At the Pond
Written and illustrated by Werner Zimmermann
By Ken Kimura and Yasunari Murakami Ideas, Ebook, Free Ebooks, Favorite, Planer, Free Books, Hardcover
999 Tadpoles
By Ken Kimura and Yasunari Murakami
Written by Brenda Boreham, Leah Marie Dorion and Terri Mack Leah, We Are All Connected, Did You Know, Connection
We Are All Connected: Métis, Wetlands and Mallards
Written by Brenda Boreham, Leah Marie Dorion and Terri Mack
Freshwater marshes are found throughout the United States and in many countries around the world. And in every marsh, there is an opportunity to view dozens of species of animal life. Written in a rhyming cumulative style like The House that Jack Built, At the Marsh in the Meadow portrays the wetlands food chain, showing how all forms of life, from the mud at the bottom of the marsh to the birds in the sky, are directly connected to their marsh home. Gr.1-3 The Meadows, Nature Lessons, Birds In The Sky, Meadow, Science Books, Childrens Books
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Freshwater marshes are found throughout the United States and in many countries around the world. And in every marsh, there is an opportunity to view dozens of species of animal life. Written in a rhyming cumulative style like The House that Jack Built, At the Marsh in the Meadow portrays the wetlands food chain, showing how all forms of life, from the mud at the bottom of the marsh to the birds in the sky, are directly connected to their marsh home. Gr.1-3
Written by Harron Hall and illustrated by Ron Hall Children, Learning, Teaching, Beaver, Language, Lesson, Teaching Kids
kʷu‿c̕əx̌ʷəntim təl stunx isck’ʷuls / Lessons From Beaver’s Work
Written by Harron Hall and illustrated by Ron Hall
Written by Diane Swanson and illustrated by Stuart Duncan Student Learning, Resources, Detective Series, Duncan
Nature Detectives Series: The Sixth Street Wetlands Detectives
Written by Diane Swanson and illustrated by Stuart Duncan