Author: Charlotte Milner
Genre: Children’s nonfiction
Publisher: DK Children’s
Pub Date: February 5, 2019
Taken from NetGalley
Featuring fascinating fishy facts accompanied by bright, bold, and beautiful illustrations, this book takes children on a journey through the sea and all its zones.
The Sea Book explores a wealth of incredible marine animals and their habitats, from up on the ice, down to colorful coral reefs, underwater forests, and right down to the deepest darkest depths where the weird and wonderful lurk.
Following on from The Bee Book, Charlotte Milner continues to highlight to children important ecological issues faced by our planet, this time with a focus on marine life and the damaging effects humans are having on our seas. Children will discover what they can do to help, and there are tips on how to live plastic-free. Children will even get to craft their own recycled shopping bag!
This charming celebration of the sea shows children just how extraordinary our oceans are, and is a reminder that it is up to us to keep it that way.
The Sea Book is a spectacular book for introducing children to our oceans. The beautiful illustrations show our oceans are home to such a variety of living things. The book takes you through various living conditions in the ocean and at the end of the book discusses the problems our oceans are facing, wrapping up with a call to action on how to help save our oceans.
This book has tons of sea animal facts that I absolutely love to read! Here is one on my favorite sea animals, the Gray Whale. Gray Whales travel 10,000 miles a year, which is THE longest migration trip of any mammal. I love it!
I would love to have this book for my library. I think it make a great addition for any classroom or homeschooling family as well.
Thank you so much to DK and NetGalley for this advanced copy, my opinions are my own.
Thank you to DK and NetGalley for this fun advanced copy!
Happy Reading Friends!❤️
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