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An inspiring and beautiful book which also carries an important conservation message
A Julia Eccleshare Pick of the Month May 2021
A beautiful picture book full of fascinating illustrations that repay hours of close looking, this is also an astonishing fact-filled tour of the amazing five oceans on our planet. Using the turtle as a guide, Catherine Barr gives readers an introduction to the importance of all the oceans to everyone and then looks closely at the special features of each of the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic and Southern Oceans. Here, and in all the further spreads which cover How Oceans Work, Ocean Habitats and Ocean Wonders before a final, heartful section on Save Our Seas, Barr presents all the information in brief, carefully written paragraphs which convey enough to be wholly satisfying without overwhelming readers with too much information. The whole is an inspiring and beautiful book which also carries an important conservation message.
Julia Eccleshare's Picks for April 2021
Gaspard's Foxtrot by Zeb Soanes and James Mayhew
The Lightning Catcher by Clare Weze
Harklights by Tim Tilley
A Turtle's View of the Ocean Blue by Catherine Barr
Daddy, Don't Let Go! by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross
Clock of Stars: The Shadow Moth by Francesca Gibbons and Chris Riddell
Join your sea turtle guide as you navigate every inch of our oceans, from the sunlit surface to the deepest, darkest depths.
This beautiful book will help you explore the five oceans on our planet, meeting the creatures who live there and finding out just how their incredible surroundings work. From tides and currents, to migrations and conservation, see our oceans in action and learn how you can help to save them.
|Publication date:||15th April 2021|
|Publisher:||Laurence King Publishing Ltd|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 2|
|Topics:||Ecological and Environmental, The Natural World|
Catherine Barr studied Ecology at Leeds University and trained as a journalist. She worked at Greenpeace International for seven years as a wildlife and forestry campaigner and has a long-running interest in environmental issues. While working as an editor at the Natural History Museum, she researched and wrote two major summer exhibitions: Dinosaurs of the Gobi Desert and Myths and Monsters. She is now a partner in communications company bwa design. She lives on a hill near Hay-on-Wye in Herefordshire with her partner and two daughters.More About Catherine Barr