Secrets of the Sea

Publisher: Big Picture Press

Review

This wonderful non-fiction book lets children see the staggering beauty of life under the sea. Every illustration is a carefully and stunningly crafted celebration of the ocean. The pages are filled with intricate shapes, structures, patterns and colours that are revealed when marine life is examined close-up.

Kate Baker's accompanying text will help children understand the illustrations, providing descriptions of habits, habitat, Latin name, size and other fascinating facts. A must have for any child obsessed with the sea or nature in general.

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