Enter the world of oceans and discover all the interesting animals that live in them!
Swim with jellyfish, wonder at the busy life of a seagrass meadow, and fence with narwhals. Children will be delighted to learn about life under the sea and how to conserve it for generations to come.
Inside the pages of Earth's Incredible Oceans, you'll discover:
- Fascinating information about oceans that supports and goes beyond the national curriculum
- Fun and unusual facts for curious 7-9 year-olds about amazing sea creatures, underwater habitats, and how we can bring about environmental change
- Compelling and factual text written by animal expert Jess French, and beautifully detailed ocean-themed illustrations by Claire McElfatrick
Let's go on an underwater adventure! From glowing jellyfish to deep-sea dwellers, they'll discover the incredible secret world of life under the sea. This ocean book is filled with colourful visuals that will delight and inspire kids - teaching them the importance of the ocean and how we can help to take care of it.
Fish, sharks, whales, and invertebrates swim through the pages of this colourful ocean book, which combines gorgeous illustrations and photos to help young enthusiasts learn all about the world's oceans. Children will learn interesting facts, and explanations about how the ocean functions, such as, how underwater plants and species rely on each other, and how ocean animals have fun and look after their young. This beautiful book is the perfect gift for young animal and conservation enthusiasts.
Complete the Series:
DK's Kid's Nature series of educational books for kids teach them about the magical natural world. Other books in this series include The Magic and Mystery of Trees and The Book of Brilliant Bugs.
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Jess French is a nature lover, TV presenter, author, and qualified vet. She is known for her show on CBeebies, called 'Minibeast Adventure with Jess', which encourages children to explore the outdoors and get to know the bugs around them. She has written two books for DK, What a Waste, which tackles the subject of sustainability for children, and The Book of Brilliant Bugs, which explores the world of minibeasts. Jess is a keen conservationist and has a passion for oceans and the animal world.
[This book] looks at the wonderful world beneath our oceans' surfaces. As well as answering questions about underwater life - including how animals cope in tough conditions and what coral really is - it also provides information on why it's so important to protect these habitats for the future * The Week Junior Science+Nature * With the explosion of colourful corals to the weird monster-like fish that lurk in the darkest depths, this book will provide readers with a much greater understanding of life beneath the blue blanket * How it Works * Earth's Incredible Oceans is attractively laid out, each page filled with an ocean scene packed with a mix of photographs, illustrations, and short interesting facts. The target audience of 7- to 9-year-olds will enjoy the easy-to-read and fascinating captions, but the engaging illustrations will draw in children of all ages, so it also works as a picture book for younger children * BBC Wildlife * Delve deep into the ocean with this new book written by wildlife expert Jess French. Incorporating illustrations and photographs, it includes plenty of information about ocean plants and animals including jellyfish, narwhals and coral - as well as what we can do to help protect our oceans for the future. * The Week Junior *
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