The constant motion and evolution of a tiny drop through the fundamental water cycle is beautifully interpreted in Jorge Tetl Argueta’s poetically bilingual Agua, Agüita, or Water, Little Water. Illustrations from Felipe Ugalde Alcántara perfectly complement the Spanish/English text. The ebb and flow unfolds in dreamy colors and soft edges as Agüita, or Little Water, journeys from deep within the earth to distant rivers, vast oceans, and the pouring rain falling from the sky.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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