Dive in to the world’s oceans and discover just some of the millions of animals and plants that live beneath the waves.
More than two-thirds of the Earth’s surface is covered by seawater and the oceans are home to a range of creatures from microscopic organisms to the largest animal ever to have lived… the blue whale.
Young readers are taken on an amazing journey from the water’s surface to the deepest, darkest depths of the oceans in a fantastic new, all-colour, illustrated book which reveals some of the fascinating secrets of the seas.
Ocean: Secrets of the Deep comes from What on Earth, publisher of non-fiction books that engage children’s natural curiosity and passion for learning and offer readers diverse perspectives on the world, helping them connect the dots to build a lifetime of general knowledge.
Stopping off at coral reefs and kelp forests, this stunning book enables youngsters to ‘swim’ through information-packed spreads which offer answers to intriguing questions such as how do turtles keep clean, do whales talk to each other and what can humans do to save the ocean?
Discover menacing sharks, playful dolphins, clownfish, penguins, turtles, whales, shimmering jellyfish, and gargantuan giant squid, find out about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, and learn about legends of the seas like mermaids, manatees and the drowned city of Atlantis.
From clown fish to killer whales and sunlit coral reefs to smoking deep sea vents, Ocean: Secrets of the Deep is jam-packed with hundreds of stylish illustrations, infographics, maps and surprising facts about the world’s marine life and a fantastic introduction to our wonderful blue planet.
The perfect gift for any child who want to help to save the world’s oceans…