Titolo: What the Sea Saw
Casa editrice: Peachtree Pub Ltd (J)
Data di pubblicazione: 2006
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 2-3 weeks. Codice inventario libreria 9781561453597-3
Riassunto: Enjoy this lyrical visit to the seashore in words and pictures.
The complex habitats and rich diversity of seashore life are accurately and beautifully portrayed in a new book for young naturalists. It provides a unique and intriguing introduction to the vital relationships between sea creatures, other animals and plants, and the ecosystems in which they live: the water, shoreline, and dunes.
St. Pierre's gentle text flows from sea to sky, serenity to storm, and day to night in rhythmic parallel to the timeless cycles of the natural world, beautifully complemented by Doyle's realistic illustrations. Adults and young readers alike will want to return again and again to this joyous celebration of the seashore.
A section at the back of the book offers interested readers a more detailed glimpse into the coastal ecosystems and habitats featured in the text, as well as helpful eco-tips that highlight ways to preserve the natural beauty of the coastline.
STEPHANIE ST. PIERRE has been writing for children for over twenty years. She lives in New York.
BEVERLY DOYLE graduated from Framingham State College with a major in fine arts and continued her studies at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. She illustrated What the Sea Saw and Aliens from Earth: When Plants and Animals Invade Other Ecosystems.
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