Zoom Ocean Adventure
Join Noah on his underwater adventure to the depths of the ocean!
A board book for kids aged 1–3
Dive into adventure!
Join Noah as he puts on his wetsuit and visits Earth’s most mysterious environment: the ocean. Come face to face with a great white shark, join dazzling fish on a coral reef, explore the depths of the ocean in Noah’s submarine, and discover your very own pirate treasure.
Die-cut board pages and a pop-up make every page an interactive experience, keeping readers guessing about what surprise awaits on the next page, while fun and informative writing explains fascinating facts about ocean animals.
Author: Susan Hayes
Illustrator: Sam Rennocks
- Board book: 36 pages
- Publisher: What on Earth Publishing (2 July 2020)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1999967992
- ISBN-13: 978-1999967994
- Product Dimensions: 15.7 x 3 x 17.6 cm
Emma Dunn and Sarah Mallon, The Scotsman
"A bold exploration of the ocean, Zoom: Ocean Adventure ... follows Noah as he journeys under the sea to find many splendid creatures of the deep. The bright colours of the underwater world pop, and the die-cut pages of this sturdy board book are great for little ones to get their hands on."
“Die-cuts are a feature of every spread and with their clever placing each one offers a different view depending on whether the page is turned forwards or back … Characteristic of both, rather longer than average board books are: the surprise pop-up on the penultimate spread, the wealth of visual details in Sam Rennocks and Susanna Rumiz’s vibrant illustrations, the die-cut pages, the relatively short narrative and the fact that both Noah and Ada actually experience their journeys through their imagination. Sturdily built, these are well worth putting into a nursery collection or adding to your toddler’s bookshelf."
“These sturdy, informative books, with their intriguing peep-holes and a final fold-out surprise, deliver fascinating facts about space travel and the wonders of the deep with an exciting, colourful and fun-filled flourish.”
"It’s ... nice to see a black boy having an ocean adventure in a board book, as representation of BAME children is still rare in books for the under 3s."
Library Girl and Book Boy
"Fantastic vocabulary and plenty of peep-throughs to interactive with."