Oceanology: The True Account of the Voyage of the Nautilus by Emily Hawkins and A. J. Wood
  

Oceanology: The True Account of the Voyage of the Nautilus

Written by Emily Hawkins and A. J. Wood
Part of the Ology Series

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A stunning exploration of the fascinating world of the oceans unfolds in the brilliantly creative pages of Oceanology. Purporting to be the true account of the journey of an explorer in 1863, every aspect of the incredible watery worlds is described in pictures and in diagrams revealing all kinds of curious and usual details. There are dairies and notebooks, maps and charts, guides to flora and fauna and much, much more waiting to be opened and lifted from the pages. If you’ve not met an Ology title before then a feast of fun is guaranteed together with hours of delight.

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Oceanology: The True Account of the Voyage of the Nautilus by Emily Hawkins and A. J. Wood

Oceanology purports to be the true account of the incredible voyage under the sea undertaken by a certain Captain Nemo in his submarine the Nautilus in 1863. This notebook was compiled by the ship's 16-year-old research assistant, Zoticus de Lesseps, and records his findings - from the wonders of the natural world to the undersea kingdom of Atlantis. The only member of the expedition to return alive, and forever haunted by the truth of his discoveries, he bequeathed this journal to a novelist named J Verne.

About the Author

Emily Hawkins is an Editor at Templar Publishing. She holds an English degree from Nottingham University, and has worked in children’s publishing for five years. At Templar, Emily edits the best-selling Ology series. Her writing includes many books in the award-winning amazing baby series. She also enjoys writing novelty titles, as well as non-fiction for older readers.

Formerly an illustrator of natural history books, A. J. Wood has been a
highly respected publisher and author of children’s books for twenty
years. She has written some 80 titles, spanning both educational, picture
and novelty books. Her love and understanding of children and children’s
books provided the inspiration for the amazing baby™ range of books;
and more recently, A. J. Wood has created the hugely popular Ology
series, including the recent title Spyology.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
30 pages
Interest Age: 6-60 years

Author

Emily Hawkins and A. J. Wood
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Publisher

Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st July 2009

ISBN

9781840117646

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