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Ocean: Secrets of the Deep
Ocean: Secrets of the Deep
Ocean: Secrets of the Deep
Ocean: Secrets of the Deep

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Ocean: Secrets of the Deep

$30.00

A fun reference book for children fascinated by ocean creatures, habitats and conservation.

Discover menacing sharks, playful dolphins, clownfish, penguins, turtles, whales, shimmering jellyfish and gargantuan giant squid. Ocean: Secrets of the Deep is jam-packed with hundreds of stylish illustrations and many more surprising facts about the world’s marine life. First, readers are taken on a journey from the water’s surface to the deepest, darkest depths of the oceans, stopping off at coral reefs and kelp forests.

Next, information-packed spreads offer answers to questions such as: How do turtles keep clean? Do whales talk to each other? and What can humans do to save the ocean?

Book Features:

  • A fun reference book for children fascinated by ocean creatures, habitats and conservation.
  • Highlights children’s old favourite marine animals, including sharks, dolphins, clownfish and turtles, while introducing them to new favourites.
  • Infographics, maps and illustrations make learning fun.


About the Author

Originally from Switzerland, Sabrina Weiss is a London-based science communicator working for an environmental non-profit and, here and there, as a freelance writer. She previously worked in the aviation and technology sectors, always tasked with presenting complex information in an engaging and understandable way. Sabrina holds an MSc in Communication Psychology from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is fluent in four European languages and is currently learning Arabic.

About the Illustrator

Since completing her masters in communication design in 2012, Giulia De Amicis has been working as a visual designer and illustrator. Her work mainly focuses on presenting information through graphics for newspapers, magazines and the environmental sector, with a particular interest in marine ecology, geography and human rights.

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