Hale, Christy. Water Land: land and water forms around the world. NY: Neal Porter book, Roaring Brook Press, 2018.
Excellent way to understand land and water forms
Hale uses cut outs in stiff paper so that you can not only see what the land or water form looks like, but you can feel it as well. Not only that, but she has matched look-alike land and water forms in such a way that you shake your head and say, Wow! I didn't realize that!
I have only one complaint. Although I love the triple fold out at the end of the book, showing various land and water forms on a map of our world, the version she uses is the Mercator one that shows North America larger than Africa. Whereas Africa is really so large that almost all of the countries of the world can fit inside its outline.
After she has tried so hard to show accurate land and water forms, she fails with the map. Otherwise this is delicious and probably will win a Sibert Award.