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. Touching on mammals, fish, invertebrates, and reptiles, The Sea Book explores a wealth of incredible marine animals and their habitats, from up on the ice, down to colourful 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 wa
Charlotte Milner is an illustrator and author based in London. She studied illustration at Kingston University where she discovered picture books as a tool to bring non-fiction topics to life. Since graduating in 2015 she has been designing, writing and illustrating to bring information to little readers. Charlotte has a natural flair for illustrated storytelling and a keen interest in conservation.
Super colourful and easy to digest [...] It's non-fiction with a conscience too - a section at the back is devoted to ways you can cut down on plastic, including a how-to on making a t-shirt into a reusable shopping bag. Practical, intriguing and beautiful to peruse.. The Northern Echo The Sea Book places the planet's oceanic zoological wonders in a wider ecology of food webs, ecosystems and planetary processes. Environmental concerns are raised, but without scaring the living daylights out of any children, or their parents. It is a masterful execution of Albert Einstein's dictum that everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler. BBC Wildlife Stands out, amid shoals of ocean-focused fact books, for its friendly and appealing design; it has clearly been made not for the coffee table but for children to use and enjoy. From the role the sea plays in sustaining human life, to details of exotic animals such as the cookiecutter shark and by-the- wind sailor, it is rich, engrossing, and packed with passion - especially when calling to preserve the seas from plastic pollution. The Guardian
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